New omg-er here. Very stoked to have joined!
First post. Not sure if this is the best place to post this or if it should be a new topic.
We have emailed recently about link-blogging (linklog) and titleless posts and I just started posting titleless links and they are not showing up as I want or expected in the RSS feed, or as Micro.blog or Dave Winer’s Feedland does it.
What I want is a cross between how Micro.blog and Feedland does it. Essentially, in NetNewsWire at least, site name at the top links to my blogs homepage, no title, the date links to the post on my blog, but importantly there is a full link below the date linking to the article on the external site, and in the titleless post body the site’s name is also a link to the article. Sorry if that is confusing. Hard to explain. See pics.
How Micro.blog does it. Links to my site/post with the added Link header thing. Not what I want. With a link to the post on the external site in the post body.
How Feedland does it, if I make the article title a link. This is better since the Link header links to the article on the external site and so does the article title in the post body.
This is how Weblog did it for the most of my posts for some reason. With a title, that links to my site/post and not the external site. With the link to the external site in the post body.
This is how Weblog did it once. No title, link to the external site in the post body. I ideally want it this way with the added link header that Micro.blog and Feedland use.
Is that possible? Not sure how this works I just know I want people following the RSS feed to be able to go straight to the article on the external site and not have to go to the post on my site first.
Should I be doing something with the post metadata or in the configuration file to fix this?
Again sorry if this is confusing or should be its own topic. I can explain more and explain more about the different ways to post with Feedland that change how things show up in an RSS feed/reader, if needed.