Added multi-user (and thus multisite) support to https://github.com/janboddez/scrobbble.
So, I just moved this site over to a WordPress Mulitisite install, and almost certainly broke a couple things. A few other things, like scrobbles, have been temporarily disabled. (Scrobbles in particular were sort of dead anyway, although I plan to revive them one day.)
Tried deploying to WP.org straight from—I know—GitHub and it seems to work, yay!
I’m always super late at adopting these things. (And generally stay away from hypes. I don’t use
npmor Tailwind or SCSS. No GameStop stock for me. I use a 9-year-old Windows laptop. And so on.)
Been playing with the Webmention plugin a bit. Seems you have to register CPTs with explicit
trackbackssupport for them to be able to receive mentions. Also made IndieBlocks’ Facepile block work with them, in an MVP-sort-of way. Think I’m going to just hardcode this bit, rather than make it configurable.
Pushed v0.7.0 of IndieBlocks. I’ll write a little something over on the IndieBlocks blog later this week. Main change is the (very basic) Location block, which will of very little use to … almost everybody. Plus smaller tweaks all over the codebase.
Wrote a quick “tutorial,” too, on how I set up a simple, webmention-enabled microblog using nothing but WordPress core and IndieBlocks.