We are really excited to announce that @nickp’s makesoylent.com is now diy.soylent.me. Nick approached us a few weeks ago about the possibility of a partnership, and we jumped at the opportunity to more fully embrace the DIY soylent community. For more information, check out our blogpost about it – and let us know what you think here!
Many thanks to @nickp and all of you who have made diy.soylent.me an ever-more valuable resource for the community!
I saw this coming from MIIIILLLLEEESS away. Just sayin’. I was pretty sure his entire intent was to capitalize on the sudden popularity of Soylent and the need for an easy DIY creation system from the beginning. Be prepared for adverts lol.
Smart move to pull in such a popular community tool, kudos!
We need a good way to onebox linked diy.soylent.me recipe URLs here on the Soylent forum too! One first step is to ensure that the individual DIY pages support the http://oembed.com/ format, then linking a DIY soylent recipe with a nice summary would be as easy as pasting a single link
I would like to log back in and update the recipe for Bachelor Chow now that I’ve improved upon it a lot. Problem is I have my username and password but the new login system requires an email and password, which I don’t remember giving. (It’s possible I entered a bullshit answer for my email address if it was required originally.)
@maxk I think the problem was the email address you used had a ‘+makesoylent’ in it which messed with the emailer. I’ll fix the bug with the email system but in the meanwhile I removed the ‘+makesoylent’ from your email address on the site and sent you a forgot password email.
Does diy.soylent.me strip out and replace amazon affiliate tags…cause its looking that way. I guess I understand, but at the very least, it should be made clear somewhere. People put a lot of time and effort into making these recipes.