Self-hosted WordPress brings with it quite a few maintenance overheads, specially vs. static-site generation.
Many OOTB benefits, but WordPress for indieweb does bring with it the (contested) database antipattern. I do miss the flat-files/git combo that came with Hexo.
Categories vs tags, the age old question. But particularly in this case, which works best when publishing via micropub? Quill doesn’t seem to support categories?
Indiewebifying WordPress has been fantastically simple so far, thanks to great plugins and supporting tools.
Quill almost works – but doesn’t set the post type that is used by wordpress. Well – I guess that’s an issue in the micropub endpoint.
Testing a note from quill.
Had to install php-xml in order for log in to my blog from mobile app to work.
Not by default, no – the note comes through with an article for note kind.