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== Creating your .planet file ==
== Creating your .planet file ==
<li>Create a file named <code>.planet</code> in the root of your home directory on fedorapeople.org.  The contents of the file follow the pattern below.  In the brackets '''<nowiki>[ ]</nowiki>''', use the URL for the category specific feed from the previous step.
<li>Create a file named <code>.planet</code> in the root of your home directory on fedorapeople.org.  The contents of the file follow the pattern below.  In the brackets '''<nowiki>[ ]</nowiki>''', use the URL for the category specific feed from the previous step.
Here a example.
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[http://yourname.tumblr.com/tagged/fedora/rss]
[http://yourname.tumblr.com/tagged/fedora/rss]
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== Tagging your post in Tumblr ==
== Tagging your post in Tumblr ==
Finally the only thing that you need for your post appear in the Planet is add the tag #fedora on your post.
Finally the only thing that you need for your post appear on [[Planet|Fedora Planet]], is add the tag #fedora on your post.


It's all.
It's all.


[[Category:How to]]
[[Category:How to]]

Latest revision as of 04:05, 27 July 2015

This procedure works regardless of where your Tumblr instance is hosted.

Creating your .planet file

  • Create a file named .planet in the root of your home directory on fedorapeople.org. The contents of the file follow the pattern below. In the brackets [ ], use the URL for the category specific feed from the previous step. Here a example.
    [http://yourname.tumblr.com/tagged/fedora/rss]
    name = Your Name
    face = http://yourname.fedorapeople.org/yourpicture.png
    

    Tagging your post in Tumblr

    Finally the only thing that you need for your post appear on Fedora Planet, is add the tag #fedora on your post.

    It's all.