The Social Profile Exchange Protocol (SPXP) defines how independent clients and servers can exchange information about social profiles,
focusing on privacy, security and individual sovereignty.
It aims to create a social media network consisting of independent actors rather than being controlled by a single entity.
This plugin makes your wordpress instance available via this protocol so that people can start following your blog posts with
any SPXP client of their liking, like the Hey Folks app.
You can set the profile picture and a longer “About” text in the settings and tweak how posts on our Blog are presented via SPXP.
This plugin is not yet available for multisite installations.
You can follow the development and contribute PRs on GitHub
Development happens on GitHub:
You can browse the code, suggest a feature, file an issue or contribute directly by raising a pull request.
As usual: Copy the
/hfa-spxp folder to
/wp-content/plugins of your wordpress instance, activate the plugin and then adjust it
to your liking on the SPXP settings page.
Once activated, it exposes your blog via SPXP under the
/spxp endpoint. If your blog lives at
your SPXP profile URI would be
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No code changes. Just fixed the version header field for the plugin.
- Fixed image posts
- Fixed bug with deleted image assets
- Initial version