Lifestream.fm wordpress plugin

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The Lifestream.fm WordPress Plugin provides a sidebar widget for your lifestream.fm lifestream. You can see what you get here (sidebar on the right).

Lifestream

A lifestream is a list of all your recent (online) activities.  What music did you play,  what articles did you post, what photos did you upload, what wikipedia articles did you edit, etc.

Lifestream.fm

Lifestream.fm is a free media and social aggregator that will keep you and your friends informed about what you’re doing online at a glance and in realtime. With Lifestream.fm you can put all your profiles and activity from your favorite web services all on one page, making it easy for your friends to see your newest bookmarks, your favorite videos, your tweets, your wikipedia edits, photos you’ve uploaded, your newest blog posts, and more.

Installation

Upload the Lifestream fm plugin to your blog, Activate it, then insert the badge code you got from http://lifestream.fm/badges under settings/lifestreamfm. Add the lifestream.fm widget to one of your sidebars under design/widgets.

Download

lifestream-fm.zip

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5 Comments

  1. Andreia says:

    Hello,
    Just installed the plugin. Love it! Thanks

    I have one question, is there any way of controlling the feeds that show.

    Example: I defined to show 8 feeds, I’m getting 6 from my youtube fav, and 2 from twitter. None from facebook or qik. Can you tell why’s that?

  2. What does it look like on lifestream.fm dashboard? Also no facebook? If there is laso no facebook there, you’d better ask lifestream.fm what went wrong. My plugin only shows their feed.

  3. Andreia says:

    I’ve already understood. It shows latest feeds or more recent ones. If the latest are all from youtube there will be none from facebook.
    example: if I twitted today and after made a post on facebook and then youtube I’ll get a feed like this: youtube then facebook then twitter. If I’ve chosen to display 4 feeds and my latest feeds are all from twitter I will only see twitter feeds in the badge.
    So it’s all working. I would like better to be able to show the more recent update on each service, but that’s something to do with lifestream.fm.
    I guess I’m satisfied for now :)
    Thank you Robert.
    Andreia

  4. Dear Robert,

    i’m very excited about your work on lifestream. But recently a friend asked me to delete
    his doings which were syndicated shown on my site. Any suggestions to prevent showing them without manualy sort them out?

    Thanks a lot
    Mike

  5. @Mike Gutzschhahn

    You’ll have to do that on lifestream.fm.

    To do these kind of things in wordpress, you will have to build upon the much more advanced lifestream plugin for wordpress that doesn’t use the online service lifestream.fm but aggregates feeds itself.

    In theory you could build filters into that plugin. My plugin only gets data from lifestream.fm with javascript and shows it without storing or changing it first.

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