Until yesterday, I used Postalicious to handle my link posts for this blog and Slaptijack. For two years, Postalicious faithfully took my delicious.com bookmarks and split them between the sites based on the tags I used in the bookmarks.
After updating to WordPress 2.7, a strange problem popped up. Instead of updating the draft that contained my bookmarks, Postalicious was creating a new draft everytime it ran (hourly). This had the effect of creating tons and tons of new drafts.
So, I’m in touch with Postalicious author Pablo Gomez in the hopes of getting my situation resolved. If that doesn’t work out, I’ll be in need of a new plugin that can do what Postalicious was doing for me.
By the way, Delicious has a feature that will automatically create blog posts for you. That would be acceptable if I only wanted to publish bookmarks to one blog. Unfortunately, I want to publish bookmarks to separate sites, and maintaining two Delicious accounts for this is unreasonable.
(I decided to stop by Ma.gnolia and see if they had a better option. Unfortunately, it appears their site has suffered a major meltdown.)