Really enjoyed listening (on Huffduffer for 30 days1) to Preparing for ReclaimPress from YouTube even though it is not really in my wheelhouse (maybe a link to my Glow Blogs role). The possibilities for WordPress keep on growing. Jim talks about moving DS106 to this infrastructure. I still think DS106’s WordPress setup (as is micro.blog) is a great example of how we should run educational community.
@jimgroom is awesome, not a word I use often. Solved my brid.gy to social.ds106.us problem today in this thread:
This post starts on my blog and hopefully gets to mastodon via brid.gy
Someone would notice & care;-) I log on to the club once every year or so. Just fixed a couple of http references to https. I still wonder if the tilde environment would make a good place to run a ds106 course.
It is also a good tinkering place.
I’d love to give this a go. Maybe to reboot radio edutalk
Heh, just catching up with the bava blog and I missed this;-)
I need a password reset Jim if you can send one.
You might be interested in jaimeMF/youtube-dl-api-server: A youtube-dl REST API server/
Might help with some reclaiming.
I love YouTube-dl useful for lots of things. Some YouTube videos are blocked for me at work but I’ve got a Hazel script watching a folder in OneDrive on my home mac that will use YouTube-dl to download videos from ids in a text file added to the folder;-)
Everyone should wake up to a post like this once in a while. Jim through #DS106 and beyond has been a major inspiration of my digital life. Nearly all of the things Jim mentions were directly inspired or improved by DS106.
Delightfully insane! Although the footnote suggests method in the madness.
I’ve been enjoying Duke’s life by proxy on instagram. It is the sort of thing that keeps me there despite the algorithmic post order, many adverts and lack of friendly API. (The best thing about flickr imo is that it has an API that can be used by mortals).
Have you seen:
Which pulls your instagram into your own blog, indieweb PESOS style.
Personally I just post photos to my blog first, often via micro.blog, and then manually post them to instagram. I use the tag #manualposse if I remember.