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Re: [Fsuk-manchester] [HacktionLab] federated social web - diaspora and
Re: [Fsuk-manchester] [HacktionLab] federated social web - diaspora and friendika testing
Thu, 1 Dec 2011 19:51:43 +0000
Been playing around with both friendica and diaspora myself
While there isn't a way to feed an rss feed into your diaspora profile, I know on friendica you can subscribe to webpages as if they are just another user profile and it will take status updates from the RSS feed in the head tag of the HTML,
Contacts -> Add New Contact
Enter the address for the blog you wish to follow.
Friendika seems to connect to Diaspora okay, using address@hidden
in the same box on the Contacts page
Havn't had any luck linking with Status.net other than pulling it's RSS feed.
Apparently you can post to status.net
from friendica though according to friendica.com/features
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 9:50 AM, m3shrom <address@hidden>
I'm staying with r7 at the moment here - http://elsmussols.org - which
is great - kind of an ongoing hacktionlab, field, solar 24v set up with
no tat down envisaged.
He's using friendika and getting on well with it. So I'm going to give
it a go. I reckon some of you people should as well as then we could
share thoughts on what bits we like and find useful and things that just
don't really work (useful for the 'tech tools for activism' next edition)
this is an open to sign up service..
I'm also trying out diaspora here https://nesc.io/people/583
In theory sharing and friend requests etc work between the two systems
and different pods- and I've had luck in doing this although some things
are easier to do than others.
One think that I'm finding it difficult to do is to send people private
messages between diaspora pods. anyone had any luck with that?
Also - because I'm lazy - what I really want to do is push my status.net
and wordpress stuff to friendika / diaspora - I don't even know if
that's possible. i'm here on that http://indy.im/m3shrom
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