Postalicious is a WordPress plugin that automatically posts your delicious, Google Reader, Reddit, Yahoo Pipes, Jumptags, Pinboard, or Diigo bookmarks
SimplePie is a PHP library that parses RSS feeds. In WordPress 2.8 and later SimplePie is already included, for previous versions of WordPress you need to install the SimplePie plugin, which you can get here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simplepie-core/
All the dates in Postalicious use the time zone specified in the General Options tab in your WordPress administration website. Postalicious does not take into consideration Daylight Saving settings, but this shouldn't be a problem in most cases. Also, the dates used by all the templates in Postalicious are localized in the language of your WordPress installation.
In theory, yes. Postalicious 2.0 introduced some new ways to handle special characters which should work in all WordPress installations. However, if you are having problems with special characters, feel free to contact me.
Yes. Please read the section titled "Custom date formats" for more information about this.
Yes, however you need to specify which tags do you with to allow in the Postalicious preferences. Any tags that are not in the allowed tag will we'll be escaped and appear as-is the the bookmark's description.
Yes. Just set the both the minimum and the maximum number of bookmarks per post to 1. Additionally, when limiting posts to one bookmark per post the %title% tag becomes available to be used in the post title template.
Yes, thanks to Meitar Moscovitz, Postalicious can now post bookmarks from multiple feeds. Each WordPress user can specify their own feed in the "Postalicious User Options" section in their profile inside the WordPress admin area. Postalicious will then fetch the newest bookmarks from each user's feed (as well as the default feed in Postalicious settings page) and post all of the bookmarks together in a single post. Unfortunately, all of the specified feeds must use the same service for this to work properly.
Postalicious is careful to honor the blog's user permissions. Double-check that the user whose feed content is not getting published has the capability to publish posts. Typically, this requires the user to be an
Administrator on your blog. In a default installation,
Subscriber feed content will be added to your WordPress blog as "Pending Review" even if Postalicious is configured to publish posts instead of creating new drafts.
Not all services support tags, other services do support tags but don't make them available on the RSS feed. In each case I've tried to support tags whenever possible.