There is fed.brid.gy which allows #fediverse to and interact with #indieweb
The reference was something that @aaronpk posted, referring to making accounts in the fediverse also Indieauth capable. Only application I know right now that can do that is microblog.pub. Want to fool with that.
As far as why things aren’t syndicating properly, you have two Twitter syndication links, the second of which works. The first one just links to a tweet-not-found. Do you have two syndication plugins in play? Also, are you having to syndicate manually or is Bridgy working for you? If Bridgy is not working, try re-authorizing with Twitter. It seems to be dropping authorizations lately and I’m not sure if that’s because of a specific API change or just tempramentalness.
(and is microblog.pub supposed to be something a person could get to?)
That’s surprisingly the name of the application, and if you input that UrL, it also functions as the developer’s blog named after itself.
And … blend is what I meant; Gods I need new fingers.
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