Data Munging in Ruby on Rails
It has been awhile since my last blog post and quite a lot has happened. Since my last blog post I have completed a large Drupal 5 to Drupal 7 migration (The d5 to d7 migration has actually been an ongoing endeavor that was finally completed after a years worth of development), implemented authorization via cancan on this blog, and implemented nested comments via polymorphic associations and the ancestry gem on this blog. I should have quite a lot to talk about now!
Twitterfeed bit.ly URL Links Broken and Link to Tinyurl
After setting up a Twitterfeed account to populate my social networking profiles with data from my blog’s Atom feed, I immediately noticed that the shortened bit.ly links that Twitterfeed was sending to my social media sites were broken. Even though I had selected bit.ly as the service I would like to use to shorten my url’s, the links would show up on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin as Tinyurl links
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