To those who use the #WordPress #ActivityPub plugin and also are using the #PostKinds or #IndieBlocks plugins as a way to reply to toots: Or is it just me or has anyone noticed that recently (last week or so, maybe longer) #Mastodon isn’t threading the incoming reply?
It may just me. My integration seems to fail a lot in various ways, whether it’s my posts not being sent onward to inboxes or the Post Kinds URL metabox sometimes not saving URLs for replies or likes, but I’d like to see if there’s some larger issue going on.
Looks like I’ve finally outgrown shared hosting, thanks to having the #ActivityPub plugin installed on my #WordPress install. For anyone not on shared hosting, what size droplet (or equivalent concept in AWS, GCP, Azure, etc) are you using to support a WordPress install with ActivityPub / #Mastodon integration?
Alright, let’s try the new #WordPress #ActivityPub plugin threaded comments feature.
Looking at recent resource usage for this blog with #ActivityPub and #WPFriends enabled, and I think it’s time to migrate to a better solution. I’ve been wanting to learn more cloud, so this would give me an excuse.
Finally taking a look at #Lemmy. Looks very interesting the way they’ve integrated a topic-type structure into #ActivityPub.
@email@example.com I’ve noticed that since adding the #ActivityPub plugin my blog sometimes gets very slow. I think I need to upgrade to a better host.
@dansup Not sure I get this attitude. I keep seeing people saying this service or another should adopt #ActivityPub and federate but some people are opposed to the idea that some companies may do so? Is it not better that some do federate in order to develop the concept and technologies? Otherwise, what is the #Fediverse but its own walled garden, even if larger in nature? This would be like, in the early internet, being opposed that a company might offer ISP services to a larger audience and instead keeping it contained to the universities.
I broke #WordPress #ActivityPub posting the other day, so seeing if it’s fixed now.
Testing new #ActivityPub plug-in delete capability.
This comment is from my own blog! I’m using the #ActivityPub plugin as the main driver of federation, with the other main IndieWeb plugins (webmention, syndication links, post kinds, etc) to fill in the gaps to bring back comments from elsewhere, incl. Mastodon, and to reply to posts/toots. The Friends plugin acts as a feed function and a way to add people, though it’s not perfect and it doesn’t work for discovery of new content.
With all of these, I’ve been able to implement lightweight federation, though there is room for improvement.