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Does anyone have experience working this into their blog?
https://writefreely.org/ and https://microblog.pub/ are two examples of what I'm thinking of, but I'm wondering if there are other options and/or ways to bolt the functionality on without being opinionated about your blog's implementation.
I love the idea that my blog could have Mastodon posts, that my posts are Mastodon posts, that replies are comments, etc. But I haven't seen too much of this done in the real world.
Send RSS/Atom feeds to Mastodon
I haven't, but the way I'd do it would be to use something like this: https://github.com/edsu/feediverse which till turn your RSS feed into Mastodon toots.
If you want to use Mastodon for comments, there are a bunch of blogs written about integrating them into a comment section (for example: https://zerokspot.com/weblog/2021/01/07/comments-via-mastodo...)
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