Support » Plugin: OStatus for WordPress » [Plugin: OStatus for WordPress] Is "OStatus for WordPress" still being maintained?

  • Hello! 🙂

    I’m interested in using “OStatus for WordPress”, and if not, developing another plugin that does pretty much the same thing. Is “OStatus for WordPress” still being maintained?

    Cheers!
    WJ

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  • Plugin Author Matthias Pfefferle

    (@pfefferle)

    Yes it is still maintained! A first (functional) version is nearly finished… only some more tweakings!

    That’s a great thing to hear! 🙂

    All the best,
    WJ

    It’s been sitting there in the repository as a plugin that does nothing for 6 months…

    Plugin Author Matthias Pfefferle

    (@pfefferle)

    There is the first version, let me know if you have some questions/problems/ideas.

    I get a Fatal error: Call to a member function display() on a non-object in /home/userdir/public_html/wp-admin/includes/plugin-install.php on line 164 error when I go to http://example.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=ostatus 🙁 Do you have any clue on what could be causing this? The relevant lines are:

    161 function display_plugins_table() {
    162         global $wp_list_table;
    163
    164         $wp_list_table->display();
    165 }

    I’m using WordPress 3.1-RC2.

    Plugin Author Matthias Pfefferle

    (@pfefferle)

    yep, this is a known problem in RC2 and the fundamentally changed the code once again for RC3 that’s why i wait until the final release to fix it. If you want to quick-hack it than you have to replace

    display_plugins_table($plugins);

    with (RC2):

    $wp_list_table = get_list_table('WP_Plugin_Install_List_Table');
    $wp_list_table->items = $plugins;
    $wp_list_table->display();

    or (RC3):

    $wp_list_table = _get_list_table('WP_Plugin_Install_List_Table');
    $wp_list_table->items = $plugins;
    $wp_list_table->display();

    Oh, it’s great to hear it’s caused because it’s run on a RC. 🙂 I’ll try running it on 3.0.4! Thanks!

    Works great! Great job! 🙂 It would be neat if the installation could be made simpler somehow. Do you have any plans on doing this? Maybe there is a way to make WordPress pull the other plugins (or tell WordPress that your plugin depends on them)?

    BTW, I’ve tested it on 3.1-RC2 in the end.

    Plugin Author Matthias Pfefferle

    (@pfefferle)

    Yea, the installation is a bit painful, but it provides the ability to support different plugins for one functionality. Atomattics PuSHPress or Josh Frasers PubsubHubBub plugins are awesome and always provides a better standards support, that I can provide if I will add the pubsubhubbub functionality directly to the OStatus-plugin. Packing all plugins a bundle of all plugins means that I have to update the plugin every time one of these plugins were updated… we also tried to add the other plugins with svn:external but that was ignored by the plugin-builder.

    The “installer” was the easiest way that come to my mind 🙁 sadly WordPress doesn’t provide a plugin-dependency-feature… but I’m open to any of your suggestions, hopefully someone in the WordPress community knows a better way… But it’s definitely on my todo-list!

    Thanks 🙂

    blogophil

    (@blogophil)

    hello, I’ve made some test between wordpress and StatusNet. I’ve got this errors. When I subscribe statusnet to wordpress, the nickname was not the good one. Statusnet use the nickname of the last subscriber. what information is usually used for the nicknam in wordpress ?
    I’me not sure you understand my explantion. Sorry for my poor english 🙂
    Thanks !

    blogophil

    (@blogophil)

    An other question, where does the response beeing stored ?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Matthias Pfefferle

    (@pfefferle)

    If you reply a blog-post it will be stored as a normal blog-comment and I have no idea what to do with the @-replys 😉

    …but you receive also an email on every comment-reply, if someone follows you or on an @-reply

    (the answer to your other question is here: http://groups.google.com/group/ostatus-discuss/browse_thread/thread/d6a8260038e1c936)

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