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Archive for November, 2007
Here’s how I did it (*):
- Make yourself a category you want this posts to appear in. Then look up its ID from “Manage” -> “Categories”
- Then you need to obtain the ID of your blog. Apart from asking the wordpress.com admins,there seems to be only one other simple method:
- Go to your blog and create yourself an extra blog
- Log in to this extra blog and go to “Users” -> “Your profile”, then view the source code of that page.
- you will find something like this:
< select name="primary_blog" > < option value='#####' selected > http : / / yourblogname.wordpress.com / < / option > < option value='#####' > http : / / yoursecondblogname.wordpress.com /
- Your blog number is in the fields “option value” (where I put #####)
- Now you have your ID, you go to del.icio.us and log in to your account. You go to “settings” and in the “Blogging” part you find “daily blog posting”
- Click the “add new thingy” link and start filling in :
- job_name is the name for your posting “thingy”, which can be anything
- out_name is the login name you use for your blog
- out_pass is the password you use for your blog
- out_url is the full URL of the XML-RPC interface for your blog, for wordpress this is http://%5Byourblogname%5D.wordpress.com/xmlrpc.php
- out_time is the hour (from 0-23 in GMT) to post your links at every day
- out_blog_id is your blog ID number. Here pays off all your effort in finding it out as it obviously is NOT 1
- out_cat_id is optional: here you put the ID number of the category you created (or choose) to post in
- Now wait for the miracle to happen. Take into account that most of the jobs run a good 30 minutes after the hour, probably due to scheduling taking place on the WordPress.com servers
- Oh yes, you also need to have new del.icio.us entries for the past day, otherwise there is nothing to post off course.
(*) thanks to our friend Google and some investigative characters online
Posted in art, emotions, feelgood, general foo-ness, hardcore, music, sunday, winter, youtube, tagged Hellworms, Meow Meow and The Meow Meows, Saturns Flea Collar, the Freak Accident, Victims Family on November 25, 2007| 1 Comment »
I was also so lucky as to meet them several times in the flesh and I can assure you, these guys are really nice! Their atitude and social skills increase the “awesome”-factor multi-fold. This is one hell of a band to look up to!
Tis is what I found on the net :
Unfortunately the amount of online video of these guys is rather limited, but …
they invite you to come in and steal their music (at least some of it) … them commie bastards!