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Rheinard Korf

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  1. This is a known issue. You will especially find this when using the Mac client as it changes a lot of things in to special characters. Some of these break the note import. If you'd still like to create an m-dash or an n-dash, you can use 3 dashes (converted to m-dash on import) or 2 dashes (converter to n-dash on import). Unfortunately I haven't got to fixing this bug yet. Cheers, Rheinard
  2. Hi, Technically, you can. I made Sentinote to be extensible so that parts of it can be hooked into using actions and filters. That said, Evernote has the restriction of only searching one notebook at a time. This restriction means that I I was to implement a feature to use multiple notebooks, then it will be costly and will chew a lot of resources. Not ideal. Depending on what you are trying to do, here are a few options. Scenario 1: Using ALL your notebooks (Only notes tagged with 'published' will sync). This will override the default notebook specified in Sentinote options and will search ALL your notebooks for 'published' tag. In your theme functions.php file paste the following code: // Modify the search stringfunction sentinote_search_all_notebooks( $search_term ) { $search_term = 'tag:published'; return $search_term;}add_filter( 'sentinote_evernote_search_string', 'sentinote_search_all_notebooks' );Scenario 2: Using a WordPress Network installation (multi-site) Install Sentinote for each blog in the network and select the relevant notebook for each blog. Other than these two solutions, it would require parts of the plugin to be rewritten. I hope this answers your question. Cheers, Rheinard
  3. Hi Everyone, I have a big announcement to make today. This week I've been employed by the great Incsub, the people behind Edublogs and WMPU DEV (the largest premium WordPress site on the web). This means that I am now required to work on other fantastic WordPress plugins and can no longer be the only dev working on Sentinote. As a result of some hard thinking, hard negotiating and some hard reflecting, I have decided to release Sentinote to the public, for FREE. To see the full announcement you can read it over on the Sentinote blog. If you are a WordPress developer and Evernote users, I welcome you to join the project. I am looking for a contributor who will continue the work I started and help implement the vision I had for Sentinote 1.2 (the roadmap). I am no longer able (for a variety of reasons) to continue developing the plugin. Thank you to those of you who believed in the plugin and gave me (a little upstart) a shot and helping me become a better developer. Cheers, Rheinard
  4. Hi Uwe, Thanks for your kind words. Its always great when someone reaches out and lets me know that they find this plugin a help. To answer your question about future development, I will point you to a blog post I did a little while ago which highlights the roadmap I see forward for the plugin: http://sentinote.com/2014/02/sentinote-1-2-is-coming/ At this stage I don't have any set timeline for these developments and recently I am also holding back adding any new features just yet. Will hopefully have more news soon. Thanks again, Rheinard
  5. Development Update: I'm currently working on Sentinote 1.2. There are a number of things I am putting into this version, most notably more filters and action hooks (for every single function). As promised, also see a brief roadmap of where the development is heading in the full post: http://rko.mx/MI0vwn
  6. Thanks Wordsgood! Eddie_, I do appreciate the comments and I totally understand your points. I'm not interested in a verbal sparring over $35, nor any of the technical reasonings. My interest is in providing a plugin that people want to use... a plugin I want to use. I would like to add one comment regarding the ongoing development, however. Yes, it is a simple plugin. From a simple perspective all it is doing is pulling data from Evernote. Once the data hits WordPress it gets processed depending on note content and tags. Straight forward. What makes it possible for ongoing development is that the plugin is loaded with action hooks and filters. Almost all parts of the plugin can be tapped into and extended... by me or by other developers. Don't have support for a certain custom post type, no problem, a simple extension plugin adds support. This is where I can really listen to my community and respond to their requests without effecting the core of the plugin. By keeping the integrity of the core in tact I am serving my users. I also thank you for your comment regarding letting people know what is coming up. I am doing exactly that and developing a roadmap. I'm positive that in 2 years I'll still be developing Sentinote. I now use it for a number of personal and client websites and it is making my life a whole lot easier as I am sure it will others.
  7. I would like to thank Nexcess.net for their amazing write up of Sentinote: http://rko.mx/1nOXOVd Very much appreciated guys!
  8. Hey guys, I do understand your concern with the cost. If I may I'd like to explain my decision. I originally wanted to price it higher, but looking at the comments Postach.io received from their community. Its unlikely that anyone will pay more than an Evernote Premium subscription. I respect that. We're building on an amazing platform. Here is why I am asking for a recurring fee: * Number 1 reason I'm a solo startup and would love to actively develop this plugin. * WordPress is GPL In other words open source (which doesn't mean free). What it does mean is that by buying the plugin its yours. Source and all. The plugin you receive you can use indefinitely (without paying a recurring fee). But that means that you receive whichever version you've got. * The License The license is for support and updates. Quite frankly, I am not going to debug versions that are not current. If you want the most current version you will need a license. * The price is low compared to other premium plugins (because of my comment earlier) $2.9 per month is extremely affordable. In fact I can break it down into weeks... 0.67c per week. * It keeps me 100% committed If I was to release this for free or even at a one of low cost I would be likely to drop support and loose interest. The fact that people are actually investing in the plugin means they are investing in me... and that keeps me humble and working hard. * Re Postach.io being free I like Postach.io and am looking forward to seeing what they will be bringing to the table with their premium plans. As for saying that its the "same service" I disagree. Sentinote is for WordPress and is actively being developed to support WordPress features (e.g. categories, post formats, page hierarchies, 3rd party plugin extensions and a few others in the pipeline). Postach.io is for people who would like to start blogging in the next 5 minutes. I can't make that claim and its not my goal. If I am coming across as defensive it is because I am. I believe in my plugin and am absolutely ecstatic that I have people who use it and love it. I am even more excited about those who were there from the beginning who purchased it blindly before I was even ready. It is for all the users that I am making sure that I can support it. Thanks for the well wishes Wordsgood.
  9. Apologies for the late reply. For some reason my forum notification wasn't turned on. Should be a bit more responsive now. Sentinote does have category support built in. To add a post to a category you tag it with the category in square brackets... e.g. [My Category] I've also just released version 1.1.4 which now also supports Evernote's Note Link feature to create links between pages and posts. In addition to that I've added a WordPress shortcode, [note-content] that will embed the content of a note into another note. I use this quite extensibly for creating notes that contain a layout and then bringing in the content from other notes. This is how the Sentinote documentation page was created. I've created a little video to demo this: http://sentinote.com/2014/02/sentinote-1-1-4-release-with-video-demo/
  10. Sorry for posting here again, but I had to change the name of my plugin for the sake of Evernote's own trademarks, policies and developer guidelines. Everlicious is now Sentinote. Please see the official thread here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/53149-sentinote-an-evernote-plugin-for-wordpress/
  11. To join this conversation a little late… I've been working on a way to get my Evernote notes into Wordpress too. The existing options didn't work for me so I created a plugin for WordPress that uses the Evernote API to bring your notes across as posts or pages (with a few extra features; including Markdown/Markdown Extra support). Please see my official thread here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/53149-sentinote-an-evernote-plugin-for-wordpress/
  12. Hi Wordsgood, Happy to try and explain. If you've got a WordPress blog then Postach.io is not what you're looking for because they host the blogs themselves and has nothing to do with WordPress at all. If what you're wanting is just a simple blog and you don't wan't all the customisation and additions that comes with WordPress then Postach.io might be for you. If you do wan't to use WordPress you have a couple of choices Email your Evernote notes to your special WordPress email address that you can setup in the WordPress dashboard (although you will need a separate email account for this). My plugin might be able to help you. It uses the Evernote API to convert notes into WordPress posts or pages.See my official announcement of the plugin here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/53149-sentinote-an-evernote-plugin-for-wordpress/ Good luck, Rheinard And now there is Sentinote.
  13. Sorry to post here again, but please see my official thread here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/53149-sentinote-an-evernote-plugin-for-wordpress/
  14. Hi Everyone, I would like to introduce Sentinote (http://sentinote.com) + an offer. Sentinote is a premium WordPress plugin that makes it easy to manage your WordPress site/blog using notes in Evernote. Focus on your content, not on how you're going to publish it on your website. Sentinote uses the Evernote-API to search for and retrieve notes by Notebook and tag and then convert these notes into WordPress Posts or Pages (depending on the note tags). Like some of the other hosted solutions out there the 'published' tag is the minimum required to get you started. Markdown is one of my personal favourite (and most requested) features that I am happy to say is now included in Sentinote 1.1.3. Here is a rundown of the tags supported: published -- Lets Sentinote know to take this note and process it for WordPress. Default post type is standard blog post. All notes to appear in WordPress MUST be tagged with ‘published’page -- Changes the note’s post format from standard blog post to standard WordPress page.draft -- Changes the note’s status to draft. This post will not be visible to site visitors.nolink -- Don’t create a menu item for this page in the special ‘Sentinote’ menu.close -- Close all comments and ping backs. This overrides the WordPress settings for comments.open -- Open comments only for this post. Overrides WordPress settings for comments.pingopen -- Open ping backs only for this post. Overrides WordPress settings for comments.md -- Apply Markdown/Markdown Extra to this note (Even if the Markdown setting was not ticked for all notes).nomd -- Disables Markdown/Markdown Extra for this note (Even if the Markdown setting was ticked for all notes).{#} (# as page id) -- Assigns the post as a child of another post (the parent) identified by the post ID. Handy for page hierarchies.{format} -- Formats available: {standard}, {aside}, {gallery}, {link}, {status}, {image}, {quote}, {video}, {audio} or {chat}. This changes the post’s format to the desired format. Feature images are also supported and automatically added as thumbnails by surrounding an image in your note with [featured] and [/featured]. The plugin is designed to work with hosted WordPress websites, not Wordpress.com accounts. It is an extensible plugin full of action and filter hooks to allow for easy future additions and 3rd party plugin integration. It is a premium plugin and I'm confident that you will love it. I am happy to grant a full refund on your purchase amount if you've activated your site with Sentinote and not entirely happy with it for up to 60 days after your purchase date. To help you even further I'm offering forum users a 15% for February using the discount code 'EVERFORUM0214' at checkout. Seeing that Feb only has 28 days this discount will be limited to 28 uses and one per person. If you have any other questions please let me know. I'm happy for you to contact me via forum messages, the Sentinote website, Facebook or Twitter. Important note: Because of the Evernote API and Markdown libraries using PHP namespaces, Sentinote will only work for sites running PHP 5.3. Most shared hosts have this running on their servers, but not necessarily activated for all accounts. Please look at the Sentinote documentation for more on this. In most cases it is a matter of adding a single line of code to your .htaccess file or a quick support ticket to your host. Also, if you use Sentinote and have feature requests or bugs to report please use the contact form on the Sentinote website. Fixing critical bugs is my highest priority as I myself use Sentinote now on half a dozen sites - if you're not happy with a bug, chances I won't be happy either and I will work hard to get it remedied. Thanks for your interest, Rheinard Korf http://sentinote.com
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