Some people (actually, I'm more thinking about projects) both have a Plume blog and a Mastodon/Pleroma account, while ideally they should only have one. They both use them to post news about the project, but Plume is for long articles, and the microblogging account is for shorter update messages. An example of this is Funkwhale, but Prismo also has a blog on Plume (I don't know if they have Mastodon/Pleroma account tho), and sometimes I would like to post shorter updates about Plume too but we don't have a Masto/Pleroma account and I don't really want to create one.
They could technically only use Plume for that, by writing short articles, but this brings some constraints: you have to define a title, and the post won't really appear in Mastodon (only the title and a link) even if it is really short.
Add an interface to post short messages (that would be federated as
Notes). They should probably support markdown, and be displayed with other articles when browsing the blog/user/federated/local/home feed (with the full message directly visible on the card).
Tell me what you think about this idea, I'm not actually sure it would be useful (I don't really see any other use case than projects having a Plume blog), and I don't really know if it would be out-of-scope for Plume?