After seeing several people ask about a tool to download their toots, I’ve started building one.
Masto-DL will archive all your toots into individual json files to grep and analyze to your heart’s content.
After seeing several people ask about a tool to download their toots, I’ve started putting together a tool to do just that.
Masto-DL will archive all your toots into individual files (json right now, yaml to come, more as needed/requested).
Continue reading “Initial Release: Masto-DL”
My Fedi-Follow widget is ready for a full 1.0.0 release!
The widget provides an interface for Fediverse users to easily follow or share a url from their home instance. It’s the first stage in my plan to make it easier to integrate Fediverse sharing and following into other platforms, like WordPress or other site engines.
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I've made a widget to make it easier for visitors to follow federated blogs and such on Mastodon. It presents a dialog to ask for their instance URL and confirm the account they are invited to follow, then sends them to a page on their instance to make it happen.
It's available for anyone to use; just link your visitor to https://eroosenmaallen.gitlab.io/fedi-follow/?follow=https://roosenmaallen.com/author/admin.
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I've published another prerelease of #MastoBot to #npm; this prerelease expands coverage of the MastoBotAPI class and significantly improves method documentation coverage.
Continue reading “MastoBot 0.1.0-2”
this *should*, I think, show up in my #Mastodon home feed… Maybe also the tech.lgbt federated feed? Still figuring out #ActivityPub in general and this plugin in particular