It looks like I will be speaking at IndieWeb Summit! Specifically, I’ll be giving a keynote about how to “Own Your Mobile Experience”.
As a long-time enthusiast for these tiny computers we carry, I try to make most of the things I can do o...
This promises to be interesting! I’m particularly interested in seeing demos of the reader portions.
It may be more compact if you could do a full circle set of posting, syndicating, having a few people comment, get backfeed (someone in the audience can help hurry Brid.gy along if necessary), read notifications in your reader, and then reply back via mobile. Then a few one-off’s of other stand-alone pieces would be fantastic. We definitely need to see Kapowski!
Is there a way to broadcast your mobile screen for folks to see it easily?
I'm glad to see a few #indieweb people building on OPML. There's a lot you can do with it. For example, the native file format of LO2 is OPML. So it's really good for editing subscription lists for feed readers. And editing blogrolls. My listicle tool takes OPML files as input. And River6, coming soon, does a bunch with OPML. There's also feedBase which will blow your mind if you love sharing subscription lists. Yes there's a lot to discover in OPML-land and more on the way.
I should write a howto to explain editing subscription lists in LO2. I wrote one for the OPML Editor in 2008. It still runs btw, I use it, sometimes even to edit subscription lists. Two key bits for LO2: 1. You can make outlines public. Look in the File menu. 2. And you can edit the attributes of a headline, click the suitcase icon in the left margin.
Some interesting tidbits to poke into here.
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This does make me wonder if Ryan Barrett’s website name is related? It would have been in his formative youth (circa 1985) in a nascent pre-web era. Do tell…
Incidentally Tom’s example here is another good reason for Why IndieWeb–one needn’t rely on a silo’s algorithm which may remove content for copyright violations even when it was done with fair use and/or satire in mind.
It’s also been a while since I’ve seen someone with a site that had a Trackback/Pingback URL box on their website like Tom does. Very cool and similar to the Webmention box on my own.
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Letterpress printed QSL cards for successfully sent and received Webmentions must be the most finely targeted joke. The audience very likely not larger than 3 people.
Short post, but some other great material in the comments. I like the idea of all of it. And it involves letterpress!
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A few interesting things in here. I particularly like the idea that all of them are more recent/modern.
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Oops! I accidentally missed this one, but did most of the requisite practice in the following module.