Her First Website

The best way to blog in 2020

#personal-website #blogging #indieweb

Reply to http://evantravers.com/articles/2019/11/14/indieweb-webmentions-on-middleman-or-jekyll/

My latest thought was to set up an email-based one-time password system so people could log in, RSVP, and select whether they want their RSVP to appear publicly or not.

I will probably experiment with this on my own site, but I could also see it as a Bridgy-like service that generates an RSVP post with mf2 and sends a webmention on your behalf.

The best way to blog in 2020

Quarterly Change In Feed Reading

@benwerd @dietrich

> need to get these on my calendar
Did you try ➕ Add to Calendar link above?

> Would love ICS
On events/tweets since 9/29!

> #indieweb wiki event notifications
✚🗓 Subscribe link on https://indieweb.org/events

> service for hevents on pages to ICS
https://h2vx.com/ics/

Ditching Event Platforms for the IndieWeb

How we can replace event platforms like Meetup.com with your own IndieWeb-backed platforms.

🔖 Vika bookmarked https://www.npmjs.com/package/@rcarls/passport-indieauth only 2019-11-13T12:58:16+00:00

This could be a nice thing to implement, but I’d show it to logged-in users only. Which means I need my website to be an #IndieAuth consumer!

Micro Monday Podcast Conversation

I’m Officially Part of the IndieWeb

#indieweb #personal-website

Whew, these slides from Laura Kalbag at the recent FF Conf are quite good. Looking forward to seeing a recording of the talk!

https://noti.st/laurakalbag/Y4Q95l/slides

#tech #ethics #IndieWeb #surveillance #manipulation

Aha! The hacker trying to breach my server is caught!… nah, it’s just my cat. #cats #catsofindieweb

#catsofindieweb #cats

Building the new LeedsJS website

#events #meetup.com #personal-website #indieweb

Building the new LeedsJS website

#events #meetup.com #personal-website #indieweb

Homebrew Website Club SF!

The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

Hello and welcome to the indieweb! I think there is a tendency to think of those two principles from a developer perspective, like they are telling people to learn how to write HTML and do all the nitty gritty stuff. That isn't the intention, though. We can always improve the documentation on the wiki and would love to have you involved in the conversation.

I've discovered that mf2py not only allows me to parse people's h-cards, but to parse my own website in unit testing to see if the renderer outputs stuff correctly. #IndieWeb has some unexpected benefits!
#pyindieblog #unittesting #testing #programming #IndieWeb