Replied to a tweet by Sholanki Biswas (Twitter)
I’ll put your name on the list, and you can visit that page on the day for the video link to join via Zoom. No need to fuss with a “formal” RSVP unless you want to try it for fun. Incidentally your tweet which mentioned the event post has created an informal RSVP on the page already. 🙂

Most are logged into the system with their website which will give you a one-button RSVP link. However, most have actually RSVP’d on their websites and sent a webmention to that page for their avatars and details to show up on the page. (Here’s mine.) If you don’t have your webmention sender live yet, you can do it manually: https://telegraph.p3k.io/send-a-webmention.

If you want to go through the exercise and need some help, pop into the IndieWebCamp chat and we’ll help you get sorted.

 

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Chris Aldrich

I'm a biomedical and electrical engineer with interests in information theory, complexity, evolution, genetics, signal processing, IndieWeb, theoretical mathematics, and big history. I'm also a talent manager-producer-publisher in the entertainment industry with expertise in representation, distribution, finance, production, content delivery, and new media.

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    1. Brid.gy is great, but if I’m understanding your question, I’m not sure how it could be used to display your Webmentions on your site. Anything is possible, but that functionality may be way out of its scope. It’s primarily used to do two things:
      1. Send you webmention notifications from various silos like Twitter. Once you receive them, then you’d still need a way to save and display them if you wish.
      2. Accept incoming notifications from your original posts as a means to cross-post your content to social media platforms

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