Replied to a post by daveymoloneydaveymoloney (Davey Moloney)
💡 Found that the .htaccess file in public_html folder on the server had been overwritten which caused the problem.

Added this code obtained from the IndieWeb -> IndieAuth plugin on WordPress backend into the .htaccess file to resolve the syndication problem I was experiencing. IndieAuth and micropub back up and running:

SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1

I had probably added that code into an overwrittable part of the file previously.

2019-05-15 14.26.01

Read Read “Using Inoreader as an IndieWeb feed reader” by Chris Aldrich (BoffoSocko)

It may still be a while before I can make the leap I’d love to make to using Microsub related technology to replace my daily feed reader habits. I know that several people are working diligently on a Microsub server for WordPress and there are already a handful of reader interfaces available. I’m particularly interested in the fact that I can use a reader interface integrated with Micropub so that my reactions in the reader (likes, bookmarks, replies, etc.) are posted back to my own personal website which will then send notifications (via Webmention) to the mentioned websites. Of course it’s going to take some time before I’m using it and even more time after that for the set up to become common and easy to use for others. So until then, I and others will need some tools to use right now. Toward this end I thought I’d double down on my use of Inoreader in my daily web consumption workflows. I wanted to make it easier to use my feed reader to post all these types of posts to my website

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by Chris Aldrich

2019-05-15 12.57.31

Read Read “Feed reader revolution: it’s time to embrace open & disrupt social media” by Chris Aldrich (BoffoSocko)

An outline of some of the new open tech that modern feed readers can support to actively begin to win in and disrupt the stagnant social media space.

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by Chris Aldrich