Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #micropublish
Liked https://voxpelli.com/‘s post “Trying out https://micropublish.net/ – a…” on voxpelli.com
Trying out https://micropublish.net/ – another online Micropub client besides the Quill one. Great to be able to pick between different ones and this one feels to be especially great for those who constructs their own Micropub endpoints as it very cl…
In reply to Pelle Wessman‘s post on Twitter

@voxpelli I was just reading that! Sure, I’ll take a look and file a report for Micropublish.

@chrisaldrich I’m excited to hear how you get on too. Let me know if there are any rough edges for you.

I kept the original version at https://micropublish.herokuapp.com for backwards compatibility for you. Does the new version work well for Sweetroll?

Liked Aaron Parecki‘s post “Day 26: Tag tokens and publish date for…” on aaronparecki.com
Last week, Barry Frost released Micropublish, a Micropub client written in Ruby. It's a very slick interface for posting a few kinds of posts. I noticed that his "category" field looked really nice, and discovered that he was using a Bootstrap plugin…

Pushed my Micropub client live - Micropublish https://micropublish.net - just in time for the new year. Now time for a few drinks. Happy NY!

Micropublish 2

Today I pushed a rebuild of my Micropub client, Micropublish, live to https://micropublish.net. The source is on GitHub. 

I’ve squeezed it out just before the end of 2016 so that I meet my IndieWeb commitment. For the first time I’m now able to edit posts on this site and delete (or undelete) them if needed. 

There are a couple of things I want to improve, but it’s ready for use. If you have a compatible site I’d welcome you to kick the tyres and let me know how you get on.

My 2017-01-01 IndieWeb commitment is to complete my rewrite of Micropublish to support Micropub updates, deletes and undeletes. My site’s Micropub endpoint supports these methods so I now need to bring my client up to date.