Archive of "Plugins"

Archive for the "Plugins" Category

DiSo Actionstream Plugin 1.0

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Version 1.0 of the DiSo Actionstream plugin for WordPress has finally been released! The upgrade for this version may be a little rough, because the entire data storage model has changed since the last release. Let me know if you have any trouble!

For Debian users, there is a wordpress-diso-actionstream package in my APT repository.

Picoformats Plugin Update

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I’ve made some large updates to my picoformats plugin for WordPress (picoformats also sometimes known as microsyntax).

  • Processing of comments has been removed (at least for now)
  • Both trackbacks and pingbacks are sent for @ replies
  • Trackbacks and pingbacks are sent for URLs in in-reply-to custom fields.
  • URLs are auto-linked
  • More stable regex, etc for @ reply/#hastag detection with some help from
  • support for starting a post’s content with “reply URL”, “reply #URL”, “#URL”, “reply post-ID”, “reply #post-ID”, or “#post-ID” and having in-reply-to custom field added automatically (and the reply bit at the beginning of the content snipped off).

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rel=first/last for WordPress

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In line with my last post I have also created a plugin that adds <link> tags to your <head> section on appropriate pages for rel=first and rel=last, attributes that allow browsers and others to easily discover the first and last page in a set of pages.

The plugin also provides utility functions for getting this information so that you can add human-visible <a> tags, if you prefer.

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XRDS-Simple Plugin Update

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Just a note that my XRDS-Simple plugin has undergone some major refactoring as part of the DiSo project. It now lives at WordPress Extend.

Picoformats 0.20

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I have released an update to my Picoformats plugin. This update changes the logic so that posts are not modified in the database (thanks, @aditya!), but on the fly. It will also link to the local profile/archive of a user (thanks, @als!) that has no URL set in their profile. Also, if you use an @ reply from inside a comment and use the (one-word) name of a comment poster, it will recognize this (if they have whitespace in their name, just take it out when writing the @ reply). @ replies in comments also do not check Twitter usernames anymore, since this is expensive and breaks common use.

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