"The problem I see in weebly is that there is no RSS feed for your category, so there is not a way we can read in just your ds106 content. It means we cannot syndicate that blog into ds106 because it includes content that is not related. I will investigate what I can, but weebly is not set up to use tags/categories they way other blog platforms do. But by all means, keep creating."
So, if you're a Weebly user and you've been having trouble posting your DS 106 work, now you know why. Although I was disappointed with this discovery of Alan's, I was very much impressed at how thorough he was in getting to the root of the problem. And I thought it was really nice how he still encouraged me to keep making DS 106 projects. For future reference, if you have any questions about DS 106, he's your go-to-guy!
This isn't the first time I've encountered a problem like this - where I can't do something on Weebly that you can do with other blogs. In Dean Shareski's Subscribing to Comments video, he mentioned that, as of right now, there is no known way to track comments on Weebly blogs. Don't get me wrong, I'm really happy with my site - I chose Weebly because it appeared to be really user friendly and that has definitely been the case. And, Weebly is always adding new features. But, I think if/when I create another blog, I will branch out and try a different program. Or maybe I'll create a blog just for my DS 106 work with a different program. Have any Wordpress or Posterous users had success posting their work to the DS 106 site? Also - has anyone had any other user-unfriendly Weebly issues like this... and if so, have you found ways to get around them?