ActivityStream extension

Описание

ActivityStreams (activitystrea.ms) support for your WordPress-blog

ActivityStreams is an open format specification for activity stream protocols, which are used to syndicate activities taken in social web applications and services, similar to those in Facebook’s Newsfeed, FriendFeed, the Movable Type Action Streams plugin, etc.

Установка

  • Upload the whole folder to your wp-content/plugins folder
  • Activate it at the admin interface

Thats it

Отзывы

03.09.2016
Using this on one of my clients' site and it works perfectly to integrate WP with other federated technologies.
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Журнал изменений

Project maintined on github at
pfefferle/wordpress-activitystream-extension.

1.3.7

  • fix «Non-static method» warning

1.3.6

  • Updated WebSub support

1.3.4

  • version bump

1.3.4

  • version bump

1.3.3

  • update dependencies

1.3.2

  • added missing enclosure mime-type

1.3.1

  • replaced json_encode with wp_json_encode
  • added enclosures to Atom <activity:object>

1.3.0

  • Added enclosure support
  • Fixed summary js-summary

1.2.3

  • added WebFinger and host-meta discovery

1.2.2

  • updated requirement
  • fixed licenses

1.2.1

  • removed charset

1.2.0

1.1.0

  • initial AS2 feed (beta)
  • WordPress coding standard

1.0.0

0.8

  • some JSON changes to match spec 1.0
  • changed the HTML discovery-links
  • added post_thumbnail support

0.7.1

  • updated to new JSON-Activity changes

0.7

  • deprecated <activity:subject>
  • enriched Atom <author />

0.6

  • added json feed
  • pubsubhubbub for json

0.5

  • some OStatus compatibility fixes
  • added <activity:subject>
  • added <activity:target>

0.3

  • Fixed a namespace bug
  • Added autodiscovery link