Gardens and Streams II: An IndieWebCamp Pop-up Session on Wikis, Digital Gardens, Online Commonplace Books, Zettelkasten and Note Taking

Event Details Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific Event page: https://events.indieweb.org/2021/09/gardens-and-streams-ii-pPUbyYME33V4 We’ll discuss and brainstorm ideas related to wikis, commonplace books, digital gardens, zettelkasten, and note taking on personal websites and how they might interoperate or communicate with each other. This can include IndieWeb building blocks, user interfaces, functionalities,…

Planning for Gardens and Streams II: An IndieWebCamp pop-up session on Wikis, Digital Gardens, online Commonplace Books, and note taking

Following this past week's I Annorate 2021 note taking sessions and the original Gardens and Steams IndieWeb pop up event last year, I thought it wold be a good idea to have a structured and open follow up. I've sketched out some ideas on the IndieWeb wiki at https://indieweb.com/2021/Pop-ups/Sessions#Gardens_and_Streams_II. Feel free to share your ideas…

Non-technical IndieWeb: Fun, Creativity, Community, and “Content”

I wish the indieweb had more content that wasn't about the indieweb — simulacrum party (@simulacrumparty) December 19, 2020 The hard part of making cool websites isn't the tech, it's the content! Of course I fall into the trap of writing a new ssg every six months as well because it's easier and safer than…

IndieWeb Inspirational Cards

I've been tinkering with and test driving some various image creation tools.  To test them and simultaneously have some fun, I made a series of creative inspirational cards/inspirational posters/postcards for the IndieWeb. All the images are royalty free from Pixabay, and I'm releasing the text and additional work with a CC0 license. Feel free to…

A Session Proposal for IndieWebCamp East: A Domain of One’s Own LMS

IndieWebCamp East (Online) is coming up on the weekend of November 14-15, 2020, so I've tentatively proposed a session on creating an IndieWeb/Domain of One's Own Learning Management System. Proposal: A Domain of One's Own LMS The coronavirus pandemic has rapidly forced educators to flee online where there is a wealth of predatory, amoral, and…

Start Brainstorming Session Ideas for IndieWebCamp East 2020

IndieWebCamp East 2020 is scheduled for the weekend of November 14-15, 2020 and will be held entirely online this year. RSVPs are open now if you'd like to register for free. If you've never been to an IndieWebCamp before, we've got some details about what to expect. It's not on the schedule yet, but sometime…

IndieWebCamp East 2020: Save the Date and Call for Volunteers

Hello IndieWeb friends and family!  Save the Date After some back-and-forth, several of us have carved out some time over the weekend of November 14-15 to co-host IndieWebCamp East 2020. We hope you'll be able to join us. If you're interested in a weekend full of IndieWeb related activities, sessions, learning, creating, and coming together…

Making IndieWeb Friendly WordPress Themes: An IndieWebCamp Popup Session

The IndieWeb WordPress community could use some more theme options. Let's get together as a community and host a theme raising (a play on the idea of the old barn raising). We can all work/hack together to make some of the popular WordPress themes more IndieWeb friendly. We'll discuss methods for adding the necessary Microformats and best ways…

Getting Started with WordPress, an IndieWebCamp Pop-up Session

Have you been hearing whispers about the #IndieWeb and want to know more? Did you see Tantek's call to action at WordCampUS last November, but wondered how to get started? Do you have a WordPress website where you want to better own and control your own data? Do you want to use your own website…

Getting Started with WordPress, an IndieWebCamp Pop-up Session

I'll be hosting an introduction to IndieWeb using WordPress and invite everyone to join me via Zoom (link to come). Saturday, August 1, 2020 9:30 - 11:30am (America/Los_Angeles) This will be a broad-based introduction to the IndieWeb session specifically focused on using WordPress. Our aim is to help people get set up and running a…

Syndicating my IndieWeb Wiki edits to my personal website

I don't have a specific "Edit" post kind on my website (yet!), but I've set things up--using a prior recipe--so that edits I make to the IndieWeb wiki are syndicated (via PESOS) to the Micropub endpoint on my website to create draft posts on my personal website! Presently they were easiest to map to my…

IndieWeb Newsletter should include new videos from the IndieWeb Archive.org account

Filed an Issue This Week in IndieWeb (GitHub)
Weekly digest of IndieWebCamp activity. Contribute to indieweb/this-week development by creating an account on GitHub.
I don't remember if the Newsletter used to pick up videos from the IndieWebCamp YouTube account, but I'm pretty sure we haven't set up any automation for the IndieWeb Newsletter to find and highlight our Archive.org videos. This feature would be nice to have, particularly on weeks following IndieWebCamps to notify everyone that the videos…

IndieWebCamp 2020 West: June 27-28, 2020

Some of us have been wishing there were a #Domains20, but it's a LOT to organize and execute on an annual basis. To bridge a bit of the gap, I'm collaborating with some in the IndieWeb movement to do a free online-only (due to physical distancing) two day BarCamp-style conference on the weekend of June…

IndieWebCamp 2020 West is Officially On

IndieWebCamp West Coast is an online IndieWebCamp being held on June 27-28, 2020.   Tickets / RSVP To RSVP and claim your FREE tickets, register here: https://ti.to/indiewebcamp/iwc-west-2020 Optionally, if you're able to log into events.indieweb.org with your own website you can RSVP here OR if your website supports it, post an indie RSVP on your…