This plugin started out needing a way to update the buddypress activity stream when a member published a blog posting on their own independent wordpress install. (and a way to delete the activity stream record if they unpublished it)
So I added some extra functions and turned it into a plugin for anyone else who needs remote functionality.
This plugin does not use the WP XML-RPC file but it mimics the code. You can hook onto a filter to include your own RPC commands. I did add in some extras though. Instead of using the member’s password, just a simple apikey along with the normal login name. You may disable the service on a per user and restrict all access via wp_cap/role. Also, enable/disable certain rpc commands which can be used.
The readme pretty much covers what it can do. I’ll have more complete information posted soon on my blog. http://blog.etiviti.com/2010/06/buddypress-xmlrpc-receiver-plugin/
Obviously the only thing you have to do is build something to use it
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