As a result, and since it’s easy to do, I’m only going to categorize a much smaller segment of the richer material that I write or which is I deem to be extremely broadly appealing with the IndieWeb category. The remainder of smaller pieces by others, bookmarks, short replies, or other tangential related things (UX, UI, silos, silo quits, etc.) I’m going to use the alternate and separate IndieWeb tag.
Thus if you’re active in the IndieWeb community and only want my IndieWeb related materials then follow the category and not the tag. If you’re not closely following the community and want everything then I recommend following the content from both the category and the tag.
With the subtle change this may also help IndieWeb related planets like Aaron Parecki’s https://stream.indieweb.org/ or Malcolm Blaney’s https://unicyclic.com/indieweb/ pick up relevant data without needing to do heavy de-duplication for fear of spamming various channels.
In the coming days/weeks I’ll try to go back into my backlog of posts and re-categorize and re-tag things based on this general scheme.
My direct content:
Category Only | feed: https://boffosocko.com/category/indieweb/feed/
Miscellaneous bookmarks, replies, other content I collect for my commonplace book, etc:
Tag Only | feed: https://boffosocko.com/tag/indieweb/feed/
The firehose of everything IndieWeb related from my site:
Category AND/OR Tag | feed: https://boffosocko.com/?s=indieweb&feed=rss2
And of course I still try to aggregate and orient most of the important pieces in my IndieWeb Collection.
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