This is a quick exploration of my current and preferred feed reading patterns. As part of my activities, for Day 2, the hack day, of IndieWebCamp Utrecht. I currently use a stand alone RSS reader, which only consumes RSS feeds. I also experiment with TinyTinyRSS which is a self-hosted feed-grabber a...
This is a list of all the IndieWebCamps I’ve attended since I joined the community in April of 2014. I’m positive I may be missing some remote attendance, but excluding the two Online IndieWebCamps, and the three where I was a remote participant, I have physically attended 18 IndieWebCamps…2 in 2014, 2 in 2015, 4 in 2016, 3 in 2017,4 in 2018, and 3 so far in 2019.
[WordPress][IndieWeb] Customise relme list of the IndieWeb plugin. - wordpress-indieweb-custom.php
Today, as we are facing the unethical evolution of many social platforms, there is a fresh movement called the IndieWeb that understands you're done with others owning your content, your identity, and yourself. This is why I support it and you should too!
Chris Aldrich mentioned it was his #indieweb anniversary today, which made me wonder when I first encountered indieweb. Turns out it was six years ago!
I built an easy way to post chickens.
To post a chicken, or series of chickens, the user just clicks on the appropriate content icon:
2013-04-19: the day the indieweb successfully federated a comment post. The Test Note It started with Laurent Eschenauer using Storytlr to post a simple note on his site that sent mention pingbacks to Barnaby Walters and Aaron Parecki: Testing #indieweb federation with @waterpigs.co.uk, @aaronpareck...
#indieweb is excellent & the solution we've needed for ages. @t & @zeldman great podcast.— Vuild (@vuildco) April 6, 2019
Subtle, but listen to the end.@ChrisAldrich flawless WP tutorial. Worked for Gutenberg too (with plugin).
I added to a couple of sites, but I'm doing lots asap.