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Postby blog.brockha.us » Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:42 pm

At the moment I am enhancing the xml-rpc interface of Serendipity with WordPress functionality.

The idea: If Serendipity is able to emulate WordPress interfaces, we can use all the tools using it. WordPress is much more suported than S9Y as it is more known. I'm aiming on the mobile clients available for WordPress blogs in special at them moment.

The problem: The enhancements are nearly ready and successfully tested with the official WP for Android client, blogsy on iOS for iPad and MarsEdit and ecto for Mac. What is missing is the app for the iphone. The official WP for iOS client is able to register the blog and reads some categories but then it crashes without any message.

The developer team of WP for iOS was not very helpful on that but the client is available as Open Source.

As I am not able to debug iOS apps (I don't even have a Mac) I'm seeking an iOS developer being s9y fan, too, who is able to debug what goes wrong there, so I can finalize my changes on the s9y xml-rpc interface.

Thanks!
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Postby ezod » Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:04 am

Hi Grischa,

I could give it a try because I'm able to debug the client.
Just send me your login credentials to your test blog.


Greetz

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Postby blog.brockha.us » Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:27 pm

Wow! Great, thanks! PM is on the way! :mrgreen:
I'm very curious now. :)
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Postby blog.brockha.us » Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:27 pm

This can be closed now, we are done with the changes. :)
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Postby smartuser19 » Fri Jun 29, 2012 7:51 pm

blog.brockha.us wrote:At the moment I am enhancing the xml-rpc interface of Serendipity with WordPress functionality.

The idea: If Serendipity is able to emulate WordPress interfaces, we can use all the tools using it. WordPress is much more suported than S9Y as it is more known. I'm aiming on the mobile clients available for WordPress blogs in special at them moment. There are also other websites that talk about this.

The problem: The enhancements are nearly ready and successfully tested with the official WP for Android client, blogsy on iOS for iPad and MarsEdit and ecto for Mac. What is missing is the app for the iphone. The official WP for iOS client is able to register the blog and reads some categories but then it crashes without any message.

The developer team of WP for iOS was not very helpful on that but the client is available as Open Source.

As I am not able to debug iOS apps (I don't even have a Mac) I'm seeking an iOS developer being s9y fan, too, who is able to debug what goes wrong there, so I can finalize my changes on the s9y xml-rpc interface.

Thanks!


Hello,
Does Serepdipity work on the iphone with any kind of problems? What about those phones that look like iphones, but they have a different brand? I hope my question is clear, sorry for my bad english.
Sorry for any grammatical mistakes.



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