configuration. in order to use aperture, or any microsub app, you'll need to sign in using indieauth.. if you're running wordpress, you can install the wordpress indieauth plugin to quickly add support for indieauth to your website. otherwise, you can check if your cms supports indieauth, or connect your site to an existing indieauth service or write your own.
Microsub, Aperture, and Indigenous by Khürt Williams
hi aaron, i’m hoping you can help me. i installed the aperture plugin for wordpress and created an account on https://aperture.p3k.io/ using my domain. i set the header as follows: i added three sources to my home channel. i download and configured the indigenous app for ios.
last weekend, i configured my website to use aperture as a micro sub endpoint with indigenous and monocle as my microsub readers. i had some initial challenges with the setup but, with the help of aaron parecki and eddie hinkle, i got it working yesterday. aaron developed aperture and monocle and eddie developed indigenous.
i logged into to aperture today, to add some new feeds, but the two channels i have set up are not there any longer. i created one named 'me' and one named 'feeds'. these are still showing in together when i log in there to view (screens
GitHub - aaronpk/Aperture: Aperture is a Microsub server
aperture. aperture is a microsub server. it is currently in beta, and although has been pretty stable for the last several months. you can try out the hosted service at aperture.p3k.io, which keeps data for 7 days, or you can host your own copy to customize it. setup. by default, new user accounts are not created automatically.
a reader (aka indie reader or social reader) in the context of the indieweb is the portion/feature integrated into an indieweb site that provides a way to read content from other indieweb sites, possibly including posts from the current site, and respond (like, comment, repost, etc) inline in the reading ui itself.