@aaronpk WebSub stoked my curiousity, so I tried both Wordpress plugins for it but neither seem to support discovery per the websub.rocks publisher test. Wondering if that's typical (i.e. we have to manually edit templates to include discovery links) or it's just my set-up?
@solari hmm, I'm not actually sure about the Wordpress plugins. I would have assumed the plugins add the tags automatically. Might need to ask someone more familiar with the two plugins. You're welcome to ask in the indieweb chat! https://indieweb.org/discuss
@aaronpk Will do! Was wondering where I'd do just that. Thanks. P.S. Major props on your #openweb annoucements, am stoked to see this.
@pfefferle I did use that and the other WebSub plugin - both did not support discovery per the websub.rocks publisher test, that's why I'm curious if there's something else I need to tweak on my end.
@solari no, only install it... after installation, you can try this URL alongtheray.com/blog/feed...
@pfefferle Still no go -- upon reactivating this plugin and testing at websub.rocks, it reports "Both a self and hub value are required. We didn't find a hub value on your page, but we did find a self. Ensure your page has either HTTP Link headers or HTML or XML <link> tags indicating your hub and self URLs. See Discovery for more information."