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the big cauchy/cosh(y) couch
I want to get started with what is the easiest way to do that? Esp wrt syndication tools
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Eat This Podcast Sep 10
Replying to @fourierfiend
The simplest syndication tool in many respects is which you can hook up to your site. There are also plugins for some CMS like WP and Drupal and the one Iā€™m using, Known.
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the big cauchy/cosh(y) couch Sep 11
Replying to @EatPodcast
Checking out now! Thanks
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Chris "I Dissent" Aldrich Sep 11
Replying to @fourierfiend
Hello fellow mathematician! There are lots of ways to syndicate content, some dependent on which platform(s) you're using and where you're syndicating to/from. Your best bet is to swing by the IndieWeb Dev chat and ask that very question. [more...]
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the big cauchy/cosh(y) couch Sep 11
Replying to @ChrisAldrich
Great write up, thank you!! Checking this out šŸ˜Ž
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petermolnar Sep 11
What is the problem you'd like to solve? There are many way to syndicate; ranging to WordPress plugins, through , to tools like , , . The real question is the issue at hand.
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the big cauchy/cosh(y) couch Sep 11
I thought the issue was implied: I'd like to leave Twitter lol, so I want my posts to become tweets and I want responses of those notified back to me in some way. I don't know anything about the indie web ecosystem. My blog uses Pelican so I'd like a Python solution
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