I’ve written a new WordPress plugin called Diasposter that has some additional features which go beyond most other WordPress-to-Diaspora crossposting plugins. With Diasposter, you can:
- choose an aspect to share with,
- retract (remove) posts from Diaspora when they are deleted from your WordPress blog
- completely customize or omit the footer of your Diaspora post
- crosspost custom post types or even write another plugin to programmatically change how Diasposter formats your post.
Diasposter was inspired by the great WP to Diaspora plugin, which I really wanted to make use of but didn’t feel totally comfortable with because of how it stored Diaspora session information in relatively insecure file on the filesystem. In contrast, Diasposter never writes your Diaspora login cookie to disk so your D* access credentials are kept as safe as you make your WordPress database.
You can read about and install Diasposter from the WordPress plugin directory. Please let me know what you think and feel free to provide feedback and/or suggestions on its support forum or the GitHub project tracker.