=== Sync Pinboard === Contributors: magicroundabout Tags: pinboard, sync, bookmarks Requires at least: 5.1 Tested up to: 5.2.2 Stable tag: 1.0.1 License: GPLv2 or later License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html Copies bookmarks from pinboard.in into a custom post type. == Description == This plugin copies bookmarks from [pinboard.in](https://pinboard.in/) into a custom post type and the Pinboard tags into a custom taxonomy. *Note:* This is not an official Pinboard plugin. If you have any problems please direct them to the WordPress support forums for this plugin. This plugin: * runs automatically using either wp-cron or manually using [wp-cli](https://wp-cli.org/) * uses the official Pinboard API (you will need your API key) * obeys the API's rate limits * allows you to choose an author for synced pins * updates pins in pinboard that have been updated (I think!) but will not remove pins that have been deleted * provides a Gutenberg/block editor block for display a list of pins created between two specified dates Note that this plugin does a one-way sync from Pinboard to your WordPress install. You can add your own bookmarks in WordPress but they will not be added to Pinboard. = Instructions = Once you have installed the plugin you will need to go to Settings -> Pinboard Sync and enter your API key (you can get this from your [Pinboard password settings screen](https://pinboard.in/settings/password)) If you want to do automatic sync then you can then also turn on the Auto-sync option. If you have a lot of pins in Pinboard then it is not recommended that you turn on auto-sync right away as this will probably time out or do bad things. If you are able then the recommended method for doing a large initial import is to use the bundled wp-cli command: `wp-cli sync-pinboard` = WP-CLI command = If you can use [WP-CLI](https://wp-cli.org/) then you can make use of the `wp-cli sync-pinboard` command to do an import from Pinboard. This works particularly well for large first-time imports before you enable the automatic sync. But you could also use the system cron to run this command instead of WP cron. = Wish list / Roadmap = Things I have in mind for future development: * A shortcode for outputting lists of pins * Ability to only import a specified tag * (DONE) A Gutenberg block for displaying pins * Option in wp-cli command to allow re-import of all pins * Better front-end validation in admin screens and meta boxes * Better error logging, and logging in general, including WP-CLI-specific output * Better intial automated sync (over multiple cron runs) == Installation == Once you have installed and activated the plugin, follow the instructions in the description. == Screenshots == 1. Options screen 2. List of sync'ed pins == Changelog == = 1.0.1 = * Remove console debug logging = 1.0 = * Add Gutenberg/block editor block for displaying pins * Prevent the pins from appearing in WordPress search by default * Allow post type options to be filtered so that you can add searching back in = 0.2.1 = * Fix ridiculous fatal error from initial commit - my mistake! = 0.2.0 = * Renamed from pinboard-sync to sync-pinboard to comply with plugin repo trademark rules * Added WP-CLI command for sync * Use the correct timezone when creating pins * Add notices about support * Improve validation of settings inputs * Fix error in initial sync (this was failing safely - the sync just wasn't working) * Start adding some improved logging * Fix some warnings that were showing on sync = 0.1.0 = * Initial version for release == Upgrade Notice == = 1.0 = Note that this update removes pins from WordPress search by default = 0.1.0 = You should install this, it's great!