One of the most frightening statements that I’ve read this week.
A WordPress plugin that provides you with some taxonomies for keeping track of People and Places, across a variety of posts. Specifically intended to work with Keyring Social Importers.
Install and activate it on a WordPress installation along with Keyring + Keyring Social Importers and it will dynamically create and associate “people” and “place” entries in a taxonomy to the posts it creates from your social media. It also gives you some basic tools for merging terms, so that as you end up with multiple entries for the same person (from different networks), you can merge them together, and start compiling an aggregated view of your interactions with a person across the web.
Since it’s all done as normal taxonomies, you have all the helper functions and template tags available to be able to make some interesting archive pages, cross-linking between posts, etc.
An interesting plugin that may add value to the Keyring Social Ring importers that I have been using Foursquare.
On my self-hosted WordPress site running 4.9.6 and Bridgy 1.4.1, I have “Bridgy Publish to Twitter” enabled. The excerpt is left blank. Bridgy publishes the Tweet with the title text of the post along with the featured image for the post. However, the link to the post is not posted along with the tweet.
Post example here: http://184.108.40.206/web-lost/
My manual tweet: https://twitter.com/khurtwilliams/status/997429855775084546
Bridgy Twitter user page: https://brid.gy/twitter/khurtwilliams
Bridgy log: http://bit.ly/2IPXef5
Another example is below. I posted an original u-in-reply-to via my website with the same content as this issue entry included here. See the bottom where it says (Originally published at: Twitter)