Don’t look too bad in my reader, though.
I should probably have WP replace the `blockquote` tags in my original post with quotes, or `> `, in this syndicated copy. *adds to to-do list*
I am proud that in 🇧🇪 and in most of 🇪🇺 your gender identity does not define you as a person and is a non-issue. I hope that my appointment as Minister and deputy PM can trigger the debate in countries where this is not yet the case. #fighttransphobia
Oh, my. Mastodon’s solved this quite elegantly ages ago: let users choose. (It has also had actually usable image alt text since, uh, forever.)
Should probably add that the Micropub part is super convenient, but entirely optional.
“Tootstorms” using Micropub and Share on Mastodon https://jan.boddez.net/articles/tootstorms-using-micropub-and-share-on-mastodon
Sharing a random image
In reply to https://adactio.com/journal/17480.
Good thing we’ve got https://google-webfonts-helper.herokuapp.com/fonts, then! I also remember Font Squirrel not offering ready-made web font packages for SIL OFL-licensed fonts because that “would require renaming them.” Maybe Google’s reasoning for not offering alternative formats is similar?
Interesting. I used to use Jetpack’s Publicize ages ago. And my Mastodon plugin already supports posting entire posts (that is, _if_ they’re short enough), _and_ a form of threading. Requires some filter hook creativity, though.
> Jetpack 9.0 will debut a new feature that allows users to share blog posts as Twitter threads in multiples tweets.
There’s ACF and Meta Box, sure. (And then there’s Elementor and Divi. 🤢)
> It is [easy] to look at every job as a nail and WordPress as the hammer. Or, even specific plugins[.]
This toot brought to you by my work this afternoon:
Q: “Why does the content not load on this site?”
A: Third-party JS!
Q: “Why are all the links on this site broken?”
A: Third-party JS!
Just threw together https://jan.boddez.net/raspberry-pi, on some of my former RPi “projects.” So I don’t forget.
I’ll eventually add some photos (and set up similar pages for my guitars and arcade cabs). I mean, I could blog about all this, one project at a time, but I feel a brochure-like approach is somehow more suited.
Jij: ‘Hoe herken ik nu zo’n “hondenfluitje”?’
Bart De Wever: ‘Dat was cafépraat in een cafécontext. De dag dat ik hier op dit platform cafépraat verkoop, is er een probleem. Maar eerlijk gezegd: sorry, not sorry.’
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