My current Indieweb setup is built on my WordPress blog and centralized on Whisperfollow.
Whisperfollow is a plugin that aggregates posts from the links in my blogroll through either RSS or MF2 and presents them in a unified facebook/twitter/tumblr like feed.
By default the interface loads everything into one stream which it fetches in JSON with ajax calls for infinite scrolling.
The new interface also has a search function and a pageskip function incase you lose your place while reading or want to find something specific.
Posts appear with a reblog button below them. If you want to respond to a post in any way you hit this button.
This opens the new post window. The Kinds taxonomy and In Response To Metadata fields are added by the Indieweb Taxonomy plugin and automatically prepopulated along with the title with jquery by the parent WhisperFollow window.
In Kinds Reposts are for when I want the content I’m responding to to be displayed. If I like a post I select like and if I want to comment on it I select Reply. I only use Favorite when I’m manually composing a post which is on a static page about a specific topic like a Wikipedia article or an IMDB page, these are more similar to liking a page on facebook whereas the Like Kind is more like liking a post on facebook. The difference is whether or not a piece of content is time specific.
The Indieweb Taxonomy plugin always attempts to send a webmention to the response url if it has one.
I use a heavily modified version of the Microblog Poster plugin for wordpress to POSSE to tumblr and twitter. If the post I’m replying to originated on tumblr my modified version POSSEs my post there as a native reblog.
If I create a post with an image in it, an atlink or a hashtag these are also handled by my modified posse plugin turning the image into a shortlink, adding hashtags to the wordpress tags list (thanks to the Hashtagger plugin) and then putting those tags into the tumblr post and retrieving the relevant handler for the atlink from a json object stored in the notes section of the link details.
Addtionally the atlink plugin marks up the atlink with a link to the person on the actual blog post and sends a webmention to that page.