A little while ago, I pushed the first version of the Blogmesh WordPress plugin to the official wordpress.org plugin repository. It’s available at https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-blogmesh/. This makes it much easier to try Blogmesh if you keep a WordPress blog, or are able to set one up.
Not a product
WP-Blogmesh is open source, and thus completely free. It’s not something I hope or plan to sell. It represents my hope that we can interconnect the world’s blogs, and create a network that feels like a social network, but where everyone controls their own content.
While still limited in many ways, using Blogmesh is already fun. I’ve been using WP Blogmesh for a while now, and I’ve discovered some great content from the comfort of my own Blogmesh instance (https://roy.blogmesh.org).
That’s why I’m inviting everyone to join. Set up your own Blogmesh node. Help test the plugin, let me know what you think. Or, if you’re a developer, contribute to the code on GitHub. Not a WordPress fan? No problem. How about creating a Blogmesh implementation for your favorite blogging platform? Or contributing to the browser add-on?
If you install the plugin, please ping me on Twitter, so I can follow your blog.