RSVPed Attending What I learned from 20 years of giving domains as Christmas presents: Tools and concepts for owning an online identity

Apr 21, 3:00 AM 20 minDOM21
Speaker:Dominik Lukes

I bought my first domain on the 15th of April 2000. Now, more than 20 years later, I have almost 30 domains to my name with a few expired ones in the rear view mirror. Not all those domains are for me, though. I have set up domains for projects as gifts to friends and family members. I’ve given domains for birthdays, Christmas and to celebrate the birth of a child. For some, I also host their sites, others their emails.

My first domain was to share teaching materials before the concept of Creative Commons was even conceived. Some domains were to help projects but most were about maintaining online identity. This session will outline the key lessons I’ve learned over the years about online identity, the technology required to maintain it and the knowledge, skills and mindset involved. It will cover:

• Key knowledge and skills required to own a domain
• Pitfalls and hidden difficulties with domain ownership
• Ways of leveraging a domain into a website or an email presence
• Changes in the processes and options over the last 20 years and future prospects
• Novel ways of hosting websites, emails and identities
• Dilemmas faced by individuals and institutions in maintaining online identities

RSVPed Attending KaraOERoke at OERxDomains21

We will be having a social mixer the day before the conference starts to get folks familiar with discord using karaOERoke as an excuse. Drop by between 6 PM – 9 PM BST to get a sense of Discord before the event starts and karaoke one of your favourite songs live on ds106.tv Keep in mind that singing karaoke is not required to join, but having some fun and mixing with other attendees before the big event is!

Check your joining instructions for further details… and join us .

Discord Server Online
April 20, 2021 at 10:00AM - April 20, 2021 at 01:00PM

RSVPed Attending Advanced Custom Fields + Elementor
Online event
March 27, 2021 at 01:00PM - March 27, 2021 at 02:30PM

This month, we'll look at how Elementor quickly incorporates Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) to add dynamic content to your WordPress sites. Want more control over what your clients can change in your Elementor build?

During this meetup, we'll learn about a long-time WordPress staple, ACF basic features, and explore how Elementor was used as part of a current project solution.

We welcome your wins, stories, and solutions ACF for WordPress with Elementor.

We'll start the meeting with the latest Elementor news, announcements, and introductions. Time permitting, we'll answer questions or look at what you're working on.

RSVPed Attending Case Study: Using ACF to Customize the Client Experience
Online event
March 27, 2021 at 10:30AM - March 27, 2021 at 12:00PM

During this Meetup, we'll share a case study of a current project site build in a project that leveraged ACF. We'll look at the current site setup and its challenges and an approach to creating a 'lifeboat' WordPress to save a non-WordPress legacy site. We'd also love to hear your ACF stories and best practices.
RSVPed Attending Respectful Responses

How do we enable more positive serendipity & discovery via our websites, between both existing friends & family, and new positive interactions. And how do we raise barriers to spam, harassment, and other unpleasant social media interactions.

It's not just "fixing comments", it's much more than that.

Respectful responses include even simple interactions like likes, bookmarks, and reposts, as well as indirect comments like quote tweets.

A broader user-centric conversation about the problem that Vouch is designed to solve one or some parts thereof.

Plywood wall with various posters glued up featuring one that reads POST NO ILLS

Photo by John Cameron on Unsplash
Hammersmith, London, UK |
A comment on the fragile state of society today, by artist Tim Fishlock

Many who attended @WeAreNew_Public‘s #NewPublicFestival earlier this week may be interested in this upcoming IndieWebCamp pop up session.

RSVPed Attending WordPress AMA Series: David Wolfpaw

A WordPress interview series that starts with the information you want to know! High-impact and actionable tips and explanations from WordPress specialists and professionals.

Join us for the next WP AMA with David Wolfpaw!
Topic: The IndieWeb
David Wolfpaw is a proponent of the IndieWeb movement. He teaches workshops on building things for the web and creates courses for Skillshare.
He is lead organizer of the WordPress Orlando Meetup, as well as an organizer of WordCamp Orlando. He is a plugin and theme developer and WordPress maintenance provider.

Submit your question for David!
Join us live on YouTube on Wednesday, November 4th, at 2pm EST!

RSVPed Attending IndieWebCamp East 2020 pre-camp preparation

November 10, 2020 at 05:00PM - November 10, 2020 at 06:00PM

  • Are you new to the IndieWeb? (Hello and welcome if you are!)
  • Are you planning on attending IndieWebCamp East 2020 and aren't sure what to expect?
  • Not sure how to access, set up, or use any of the common community tools like chat, the IndieWeb Wiki, or Etherpad?
  • Do you have questions about brainstorming a potential session and how to facilitate it?

We'll do a quick overview of how camp works and what to expect. We'll provide a walk through of all the common technologies and some of the community cultural norms around using them so that when camp starts on Saturday morning, you'll feel more comfortable and be prepared and ready to go to have two fun and productive days of improving your website.

Users of all levels of ability are encouraged to attend this session. Bring all your camp-related questions and we'll do our best to answer them.

There's no need to RSVP for this session. It's completely acceptable to just show up at the appointed time.

I’ll be hosting this, so I’ll definitely be there!
Replied to a post by AmandaAmanda (arush.io)

OK   and , I have an official announcement.

John @whiskeydragon1 and I are getting married on June 19 2021.

There’ll be something virtual for those who can’t make it, and we’re still trying to figure out accessible wedding invitations because there is no way I am having a wedding that some of my friends can’t participate in.

We’re in the initial stages of planning, so we don’t have every detail worked out yet. But I am so happy and excited.

Best wishes Amanda! That’s great news!
RSVPed Attending Innovate Pasadena Friday Coffee Meetup: Eric Paul Rose - 3 Keys to Successful New Products

Fri, Oct 16, 2020, 8:30 AM
Eric Paul Rose is Founder & President of Pinnacle Product Innovation Inc. Looking to expand your knowledge of new product innovation and commercialization? The chaotic production innovation process breaks down to Marketability, Technical Feasibility, and Protectability. Eric will extensively cover Marketability, where 42% of ventures fail. He’ll delve into the 4 P’s of Marketing – Product, Price, Promotion, and Place. He will also cover aspects of Technical Feasibility and Protectability.

Eric Paul Rose headshot

Have you watched The Social Dilemma on Netflix? Curious what to do next to help solve the (your) problem? The IndieWeb’s Homebrew Website Club will be discussing just that at 6:30 Pacific tonight after The Social Dilemma Round Table.

Join us here: https://events.indieweb.org/2020/09/homebrew-website-club-west-coast-zwt9zal3H3DP

RSVPed Attending Webmention + Next.js (with Monica Powell)
Episode Details
Thursday, October 1, 9:30 - 11:30 AM PDT
Guest: Monica Powell
This episode will air live at twitch.tv/jlengstorf!

Did you know that Webmentions let you pull tweets, other blogs, and other activity from around the web into your site? In this episode, Monica Powell teaches us how to add it to a Next.js site!
This looks intriguing. Great to see people that I don’t immediately recognize in the IndieWeb community doing live coding tutorials in the wild!

I’ve syndicated a copy of the event to IndieWeb Events if others want to join.