Looks like my IFTTT integration is messed up again….
I wondered why I didn’t enable auto-sharing to Twitter from WordPress,
Then I remembered, that method only puts the title of your blog entry, plus an embedded link. Unless you have a really informative blog title, I don’t think it works.
Instead, I use IFTTT, but have to remember to either add a picture somewhere in the post or manually shre it through force checking the IFTTT applets.
So, I’ve actually made 1337 posts on my blog? O_O wow :)
Well… “stealing”? I guess it depends on how you interpret the GPL. Nonetheless bottom line is — if you are going to use GPL code, your code and product must follow the same license. i.e.
“… if you’re going to embed GPL stuff in your code and produce a derivative product, you’re going to have to make that derivative compliant with GPL—either by shipping the code with it or providing the code on request”
So, the headline of “stealing” GPL code? Can you actually “steal” code that is open source? Using open source in a closed source product would be a violation of the GPL (which I believe is what’s being talked about here), but is that “stealing”?
I’m not siding with either side here, I’m just not sure the word “stealing” is the right phrase to use in this headling here, quoted or not. Guess that’s clickbait for you….
Evidently, even my blog is party to the Frozen craze….
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I didn’t realise WordPress tracks shares of my posts. Some interesting stats.
Turns out the most shared post is this one:
And the most popular share site is Pinterest (654 shares). Least popular share site is Tumblr (574 shares)