TESTING WORDPRESS WORDBOOK PLUGIN CONNECTION WITH FACEBOOK

Okay, this will be short. I'm just testing my Wordbook's

http://.org/extend/plugins/wordbook/

connection with Facebook. If everything is working properly, this should show up on Facebook nearly in real time. It should have a different icon from Facebook Notes too.

I'll tell you one thing. Everything seems to be running faster on my end.

I see that my blog is showing Greenwich time for some reason. I'll have to reset that. I wonder what else got stepped on. I've sure had loads of hi-tech problems today.

Here's what I informed the plugin developer about:

I'm having the same problem as John Cline.

Wordbook failed to communicate with Facebook for TESTING WORDPRESS WORDBOOK PLUGIN CONNECTION WITH FACEBOOK: method = facebook.stream.publish, error_code = 200 (Permissions error). Your blog is OK, but Facebook didn't get the update.

Wordbook: 0.15
Facebook PHP API: PHP5
JSON library: PHP
SimpleXML library: PHP
WordPress: 2.9
PHP: 5.2.5
[I use PHP 5 and 4 via .htaccess]
MySQL: 5.0.18 [4.1.22-max-log]

My post's URL: http://www.realliberalchristianchurch.org/2009/12/30/testing-wordpress-wordbook-plugin-connection-with-facebook.html

By the way, the link in the notice to is not good.

Thanks.

Tom Usher

About Tom Usher

Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.

3 Responses to TESTING WORDPRESS WORDBOOK PLUGIN CONNECTION WITH FACEBOOK

  1. Avatar Tom Usher says:

    This is a also a test but of a WordPress plugin that is supposed to place blog comments on Facebook.

  2. Tom Usher Tom Usher says:

    Well, I just tried the Gigya plugin too. It doesn't handle user registrations. Wow, I wish I had known that before creating applications for it on Facebook, Yahoo, MySpace, and Twitter. It also doesn't bind those services to the users account even after manual registration.

    I leave it installed for upgrade info, but it's deactivated for now. It was worth the learning experience in many ways though.

    As far as I'm concerned as of January 1, 2010, all this connect and share is still very much in Alpha/Beta stages for WordPress.

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