Need a logo of sorts.
Minor tweaks. Single entry view, Windows Edge.
A more minimal “just-an-RSS-reader” approach I can live with just fine, for now.
Which ... looks like this, right now.
I, uh, built a thing. Know it’s ugly, still. It’s a traditional RSS reader … that supports Microformats feeds and—for now, at least—IndieAuth. And there will be a Microsub-compatible API. (The web app itself isn’t Microsub-driven.) Runs on nearly any shared hosting environment.
Not horrible at all (scratches aside).
What that looks like (in Windows, unfortunately)? If there's one thing I'm proud of, it's the tidiness of my WordPress admin interface.
Don’t look too bad in my reader, though.
New joystick, button blank where the extra hole used to be. Not perfect, but better.
Just added a tiny new feature to “Share on Mastodon.” After a post is published, the meta box will now display a link to the corresponding Mastodon status. There’s also the possibility to forget the Mastodon URL, allowing anyone to _again_ share their post (the next time it’s updated). Fun fact: this isn’t new per se, but previously required fiddling with a hidden custom field.
New version’s not in the WordPress repo, yet. I’ll try to push it tomorrow or so.
Reposted https://nitter.net/LeaVerou/status/1306001020636540934 by Lea Verou.
Developer priorities throughout their career
Also. (No kidding. These things are pretty good, actually.)
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