{ "version": "https://jsonfeed.org/version/1", "user_comment": "This feed allows you to read the posts from this site in any feed reader that supports the JSON Feed format. To add this feed to your reader, copy the following URL -- https://msgwp.com/feed/json/ -- and add it your reader.", "home_page_url": "https://msgwp.com/", "feed_url": "https://msgwp.com/feed/json/", "title": "msgWP", "description": "msgWP is a plugin that allows you to create WordPress posts using Telegram.", "items": [ { "id": "https://msgwp.com/6hlpcmn/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/6hlpcmn/", "title": "When words are not enough,\u2026", "content_html": "

When words are not enough, send a photo.

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Try it out: https://msgwp.com/demo/.

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The post When words are not enough,\u2026 appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "When words are not enough, send a photo.\nTry it out: https://msgwp.com/demo/.\nThe post When words are not enough,\u2026 appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-07-09T11:12:33+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-07-09T12:04:20+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "Micropost" ] }, { "id": "https://msgwp.com/fv9jpzd/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/fv9jpzd/", "title": "Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP\u2026", "content_html": "

Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP is featured on WordPress Tavern. \ud83e\udd73

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Here’s the article: https://wptavern.com/msgwp-to-launch-plugin-enabling-wordpress-microblogging-with-telegram.

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The post Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP\u2026 appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP is featured on WordPress Tavern. \ud83e\udd73\nHere’s the article: https://wptavern.com/msgwp-to-launch-plugin-enabling-wordpress-microblogging-with-telegram.\nThe post Thanks to Sarah Gooding, msgWP\u2026 appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-07-03T09:11:29+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-07-05T05:35:18+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "Micropost" ] }, { "id": "https://msgwp.com/who-is-we-the-teaser-version/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/who-is-we-the-teaser-version/", "title": "Who is \u201cwe\u201d? The teaser version.", "content_html": "\n

You don\u2019t know me from social media, and that\u2019s because I have exactly one post on Facebook. I had six tweets on Twitter, but I deleted those.

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Am I going to get in trouble with my U.S. visa application? Most likely.

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\ud83d\udc4b, my name is R\u00f3bert – or just Rob.

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My close friends are following me on a private blog \u2013 I post there regularly.

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You might have guessed, I feel strongly about blogging and microblogging. It\u2019s not all rainbows \u2013 if you have one, you know that it takes a certain kind of commitment and effort.

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While I keep a low profile in the WordPress community, I make sure that I\u2019m informed. I know what reputation is, what transparency means.

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I should have known better not to wait for others to ask for a post like this. It was a mistake.

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Similar to what @glueckpress said, would love a bit more info on who\u2019s behind this seemingly cool product. https://t.co/E3yx1iZEzS

— Remkus de Vries (@remkusdevries) July 2, 2019
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The good news

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It so happens that yesterday we had a talk with Michelle Ames for a WPCoffeeTalk episode.

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She was kind enough to talk to me even though all her previous guests are WordCamp or WordPress Meetup speakers and/or organizers. Well, I’m not. I only attended two local meetups and 8 hours of WordCamp Europe.

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Why am I bringing this up? She is asking all her guests to share the episode on social media – rightfully so. But let’s be honest, taking into account my past activity on social media, there is a real chance that I’m not going to share it on my private accounts.

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Yesterday, I had no idea how to help her to promote the show, but now I know how. Watch the upcoming and current episodes of WPCoffeeTalk. Once the episode is online, I’m going to publish a follow-up post here.

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Michelle, thank you for the chance to be on your podcast.

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If you intend to watch it, I warn you: it was my first ever podcast appearance. Also, be patient, because it might take Michelle a week or two or three to publish the episode.

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The post Who is “we”? The teaser version. appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "You don\u2019t know me from social media, and that\u2019s because I have exactly one post on Facebook. I had six tweets on Twitter, but I deleted those.\n\n\n\nAm I going to get in trouble with my U.S. visa application? Most likely.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\ud83d\udc4b, my name is R\u00f3bert – or just Rob.\n\n\n\nMy close friends are following me on a private blog \u2013 I post there regularly.\n\n\n\nYou might have guessed, I feel strongly about blogging and microblogging. It\u2019s not all rainbows \u2013 if you have one, you know that it takes a certain kind of commitment and effort.\n\n\n\nWhile I keep a low profile in the WordPress community, I make sure that I\u2019m informed. I know what reputation is, what transparency means.\n\n\n\nI should have known better not to wait for others to ask for a post like this. It was a mistake.\n\n\n\n\nSimilar to what @glueckpress said, would love a bit more info on who\u2019s behind this seemingly cool product. https://t.co/E3yx1iZEzS— Remkus de Vries (@remkusdevries) July 2, 2019\n\n\n\n\nThe good news\n\n\n\nIt so happens that yesterday we had a talk with Michelle Ames for a WPCoffeeTalk episode.\n\n\n\nShe was kind enough to talk to me even though all her previous guests are WordCamp or WordPress Meetup speakers and/or organizers. Well, I’m not. I only attended two local meetups and 8 hours of WordCamp Europe.\n\n\n\nWhy am I bringing this up? She is asking all her guests to share the episode on social media – rightfully so. But let’s be honest, taking into account my past activity on social media, there is a real chance that I’m not going to share it on my private accounts.\n\n\n\nYesterday, I had no idea how to help her to promote the show, but now I know how. Watch the upcoming and current episodes of WPCoffeeTalk. Once the episode is online, I’m going to publish a follow-up post here.\n\n\n\nMichelle, thank you for the chance to be on your podcast. \n\n\n\nIf you intend to watch it, I warn you: it was my first ever podcast appearance. Also, be patient, because it might take Michelle a week or two or three to publish the episode.\nThe post Who is “we”? The teaser version. appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-07-02T12:44:05+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-07-02T20:01:52+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "msgWP" ] }, { "id": "https://msgwp.com/what-is-wordpress-without-its-editor-we-are-not-sure/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/what-is-wordpress-without-its-editor-we-are-not-sure/", "title": "What is WordPress without its editor? We are not sure.", "content_html": "\n

The block editor, also known as Gutenberg, already reformed the way we think about WordPress, and it will continue to do so. We are using it ourselves for msgWP.com, and it’s incredible.

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Nonetheless, let’s not forget WordPress is more than the editor

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In the last years, the community as a whole focused its effort on non-editor aspects of WordPress. We argue that without those accomplishments, Gutenberg wouldn’t be as big as a hit, or it wouldn’t even exist.

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The fact that there are many aspects of WordPress that are working fine gives the possibility to refocus the energy.

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While many are contributing to Gutenberg or building on top of it, we are happy to see that others push agendas like XML Sitemaps or the Theme Feature Repositories.

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It might be worthwhile to ask the question, what is WordPress without its editor? Answering this question can be refreshing and an eye-opener.

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It’s also intriguing to think that some never experienced the WordPress editor, and they still had a blog or a site on WordPress.

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We are talking about those who used desktop blog editors, like MarsEdit, BlogJet, or BlogDesk, to name a few.

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This was only possible by those who contributed to the long forgotten XML-RPC. We should be thankful particularly to those who devote their time and skills to the release of WordPress 3.4.

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WordPress 3.4 – 7 years ago – gave us the Customizer, but it also gave us the way to publish, edit, manage posts without logging into the admin area.

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In many ways, we were inspired by this almost forgotten history of WordPress to build msgWP.

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You can try out msgWP; we created a demo experience for those who are curious.

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The post What is WordPress without its editor? We are not sure. appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "The block editor, also known as Gutenberg, already reformed the way we think about WordPress, and it will continue to do so. We are using it ourselves for msgWP.com, and it’s incredible.\n\n\n\nNonetheless, let’s not forget WordPress is more than the editor. \n\n\n\nIn the last years, the community as a whole focused its effort on non-editor aspects of WordPress. We argue that without those accomplishments, Gutenberg wouldn’t be as big as a hit, or it wouldn’t even exist.\n\n\n\nThe fact that there are many aspects of WordPress that are working fine gives the possibility to refocus the energy. \n\n\n\nWhile many are contributing to Gutenberg or building on top of it, we are happy to see that others push agendas like XML Sitemaps or the Theme Feature Repositories.\n\n\n\nIt might be worthwhile to ask the question, what is WordPress without its editor? Answering this question can be refreshing and an eye-opener.\n\n\n\nIt’s also intriguing to think that some never experienced the WordPress editor, and they still had a blog or a site on WordPress.\n\n\n\nWe are talking about those who used desktop blog editors, like MarsEdit, BlogJet, or BlogDesk, to name a few.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThis was only possible by those who contributed to the long forgotten XML-RPC. We should be thankful particularly to those who devote their time and skills to the release of WordPress 3.4.\n\n\n\nWordPress 3.4 – 7 years ago – gave us the Customizer, but it also gave us the way to publish, edit, manage posts without logging into the admin area.\n\n\n\nIn many ways, we were inspired by this almost forgotten history of WordPress to build msgWP.\n\n\n\nYou can try out msgWP; we created a demo experience for those who are curious.\nThe post What is WordPress without its editor? We are not sure. appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-06-28T13:44:58+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-07-01T07:09:19+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "msgWP" ] }, { "id": "https://msgwp.com/an-essay-about-the-importance-of-personal-websites/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/an-essay-about-the-importance-of-personal-websites/", "title": "An essay about the importance of personal websites", "content_html": "\n

Matthias Ott recently published an essay about the importance of personal websites.

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Seeing others sharing our opinions is uplifting.

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There is one alternative to social media sites and publishing platforms that has been around since the early, innocent days of the web. It is an alternative that provides immense freedom and control: The personal website.

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You better read the whole article because we don’t want to quote every paragraph of it.

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Meanwhile, we continue making it easier for you to publish short-format content on your website.

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The post An essay about the importance of personal websites appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "Matthias Ott recently published an essay about the importance of personal websites.\n\n\n\nSeeing others sharing our opinions is uplifting.\n\n\n\nThere is one alternative to social media sites and publishing platforms that has been around since the early, innocent days of the web. It is an alternative that provides immense freedom and control: The personal website.\n\n\n\nYou better read the whole article because we don’t want to quote every paragraph of it.\n\n\n\nMeanwhile, we continue making it easier for you to publish short-format content on your website.\nThe post An essay about the importance of personal websites appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-06-25T15:01:24+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-06-26T09:11:59+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "News" ] }, { "id": "https://msgwp.com/davis-is-a-theme-with-well-considered-typography/", "url": "https://msgwp.com/davis-is-a-theme-with-well-considered-typography/", "title": "Davis is a theme with well-considered typography", "content_html": "\n

Davis is a teeny-tiny theme from Anders Nor\u00e9n. It\u2019s mainly intended for blogging because it has an elegant, clean look and it doesn\u2019t overpower the content.

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This theme meets all the requirements of the WordPress theme directory and has full support for Gutenberg – and it achieves this only with three PHP files. If you are a developer and you are looking for a starter theme, then Davis is a good choice.

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Anders decided to use the extraordinary PT Serif as the primary font, which has support for a broad variety of languages. With Davis, you don’t have to worry if you write in other than English.

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We especially like how all the headings have the same font size. This gives the impression that you are reading a markdown or a plain text document. With this theme, if you want to make a statement, you have to do it with your words.

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Check out the demo installation for Davis, and if you like it, you can download it for free from the WordPress theme directory.

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The post Davis is a theme with well-considered typography appeared first on msgWP.

\n", "content_text": "Davis is a teeny-tiny theme from Anders Nor\u00e9n. It\u2019s mainly intended for blogging because it has an elegant, clean look and it doesn\u2019t overpower the content.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThis theme meets all the requirements of the WordPress theme directory and has full support for Gutenberg – and it achieves this only with three PHP files. If you are a developer and you are looking for a starter theme, then Davis is a good choice.\n\n\n\nAnders decided to use the extraordinary PT Serif as the primary font, which has support for a broad variety of languages. With Davis, you don’t have to worry if you write in other than English.\n\n\n\nWe especially like how all the headings have the same font size. This gives the impression that you are reading a markdown or a plain text document. With this theme, if you want to make a statement, you have to do it with your words.\n\n\n\nCheck out the demo installation for Davis, and if you like it, you can download it for free from the WordPress theme directory.\nThe post Davis is a theme with well-considered typography appeared first on msgWP.", "date_published": "2019-05-14T12:20:15+00:00", "date_modified": "2019-06-26T04:47:15+00:00", "author": { "name": "msgwpcom", "url": "https://msgwp.com/author/msgwpcom/", "avatar": "https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/b44bc494d59e052f742ddb9b16b0471c?s=512&d=mm&r=g" }, "tags": [ "free", "Theme" ] } ] }