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[] Closed #37: added compose config; updated compose file to use it; updated README … writefreely.org/pull/37

[] gytisrepecka opened #91: While post is in draft, meta tags are referring to write.as writefreely.org/issues/91

So this new admin section will land in v0.9, with the ability to edit page titles on the About and Privacy pages. But creating entirely new pages is a large undertaking that we'll save for a future release.

Starting in v0.9, the "writer's guide" link will go here:

writefreely.org/guide/latest

(replacing "latest" with the current WF version)

Got the very basic documentation section of writefreely.org up and running!

writefreely.org/docs/

It pulls everything directly from the documentation repo: github.com/writefreely/documen

Feedback, bug reports, and pull requests are all welcome!

Made a little Go / tool that automatically deletes a @write_as post after someone sees it.

github.com/thebaer/writeas-sel

It’s not really meant for secure, guaranteed self-destructing messages (I mention the many caveats on that page), but hopefully it serves as a good example for building on the API.

Some thoughts this morning -- @remark_as might start out as the simple ability to reply to fediverse posts from @write_as / .

writefreely.org/tasks/573

As I wrap up standalone accounts on @snap_as, I'm thinking about how to quickly build a minimally viable open source version that can be included in your WriteFreely instance.

Most likely, it'll be a Go library with a few frontend features added to WF for uploading and managing files.

Still, it's early and not entirely thought-out yet, so no guarantees it'll be out soon. Just some thoughts for now.

One change to the admin dashboard coming in v0.9: a new section to manage instance-wide static pages, and the ability to create new ones outside of the predefined About and Privacy pages.

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