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Many companies publish their environmental impacts, often annual metrics and specific practices, on their websites.

Are any individuals doing this on their #IndieWeb sites?

E.g. @rhiaro has

Beyond the environmental impact of our websites themselves (see, we can do better than corporations, e.g. with "/environment" pages on our own sites, and help inspire & teach each other.

Fragmention should also explicitly forbid (with "MUST NOT" language) use of fragmentions that start with a "/" character, thus allowing for hashslash (#/) routing URLs like Matrix/Riot URLs:

IndieWeb Guides: Clear, simple guides to taking greater control of your data on the Web

If This, Then Publish to My Website!

#ifttt #micropub #indieweb

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It’s just 1 month until IndieWebCamp Austin: the weekend of February 22-23. If you’re interested, please get a ticket so we can better plan for attendees. We’ll also have a meetup the day before, sometime late Friday afternoon.

This week’s episode of Micro Monday features guest Amanda Rush, talking with Jean about the IndieWeb, Webmention,, and behavior on social media. There’s also a transcript available. Lots of good stuff in this one.

Week Notes 20#03

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Making Meetable Easier to Install

#meetable #events #indieweb

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Webmentions: Enabling Better Communication on the Internet

The commons we've enclosed

#free-software #linux #open-source #indieweb

#IndieWeb folks using Indigenous for Android ( or at least allowing a Geo URI (geo:51.501476,-0.140634) on their #Micropub endpoint - do you attempt to remap that longitude / latitude ref to a place, or do you currently just render it as-is?

Hey @pushbullet is there any way to see how many API pushes I've got left from the Web/ when it renews? I got a notification saying I was running out, partly due to

Liked: Rebecca Toh - The Old Internet...

"...for now we can take back the internet by going back to creating our own websites and blogs and even newsletters and relying less, far less, on the cursed social networks."

I'm definitely all for taking back the web! I may have sworn off social networks for my own reasons but I think cursed is a bit much; there is undoubtedly good that can come from their use. My wife, for example, is the reverend for an online church holding services, other events, and performing sermons via Facebook Live video. Now, that couldn't happen very easily without such a network.

But there are a lot of problems, not least the image painted by Rebecca of a "faceless person scrolling down a screen endlessly for all eternity, but yet for whom satisfaction never comes."

Use of social media should be intentional, not be the default fallback when bored, the mindless time sink through which we compare ourselves to others and, due to the perils of manufactured perfection, so often come up short.

It is good, therefore, to see when folks like Rebecca state that her site will continue as:

"... A repository for my thoughts and my internet identity... my private playground, my own little corner of the neighbourhood... where I can document my obsessions and do pretty much anything I want."

Also, that "there are no rules" governing what she will post.

Brilliant! A perfect #indieweb attitude.

As I have said, my blog and email addresses are the #canonical+representation">canonical representation of me on the internet and that's just how it should be, not allowing the public facing version of ourselves to be at the mercy of a third party.

I was put on to Rebecca by Patrick and subscribing was a no brainer.