Turning off the Jetpack plugin made this site jump about twenty points in the Google PageSpeed Insights test. Turning off the plugin that inserted the little icons into the menu items made it jump a bit further again.
After installing the latest version of this plugin my IndieAuth plugin stops working. I get the following response from Quill for example:
The token endpoint did not return an access token. The access_token parameter is the token the client will use to make requests to the Micropub endpoint.
The token endpoint did not return a “me” parameter. The me parameter lets this client know what user the token is for.
The token endpoint did not return a “scope” parameter. The scope parameter lets this client know what permission the token represents.
Notice: Undefined index: items in /home/stephenp/public_html/wp-includes/rest-api/endpoints/class-wp-rest-settings-controller.php on line 328
This only happens with Syndication Links 4.0 and above. The previous 3.4 version works.
Something has messed everything up on the WordPress plugin side again. I’m becoming more inclined to move to Known every day.
I’ve updated my Known installation to the the very latest and am now considering just moving everything there. I’ll be using it for Instagram/Twitter stuff at the very least.
Be your own social network. Get a blog, follow a few friends and follow their friends. Let feeds replace facebook. A timeline you own versus Twitter toxicity. An instance, unlike Mastodon, that won’t be shut down. #IndieWeb #digped #edtechcat
Here’s a really nice alternative to the ugly, dark, default Mastodon interface. It makes me want to use the service more.
I signed up for my third Mastodon instance today. The concept of instances and how they interact is going to be a stumbling block for any potential, non-techy, Twitter refugees.