Liked Making Meetable Easier to Install by Aaron PareckiAaron Parecki (Aaron Parecki)
I've been working towards making Meetable more useful to others by making it easier to configure and deploy. I took a few shortcuts during the initial development that let me finish it faster, primarily by offloading authentication and image resizing to external services. While that's great for me, ...
Liked Meetable: An Open Source Events Aggregator by Aaron PareckiAaron Parecki (Aaron Parecki)
It's been a few weeks since I launched the new events site for IndieWeb events! In that time, the community has already hosted 7 events, and scheduled 15 more! I've continued to push a few minor changes to the site since the launch, primarily around discovery of events with tags. The home page now l...
This is awesome!
Liked a tweet by HongPong (aka scrappy new year - think creatively)HongPong (aka scrappy new year - think creatively) (Twitter)
Liked Working through displaying Webmentions by Jeremy Felt (jeremyfelt.com)
Now that this site supports Webmentions, I’ve been having some fun digging into how I’d like them to be presented. The theme I’m using is very bare-bones. I created it using Underscores a couple years ago when I decided I had lost touch with the code I was using and for some reason wanted to g...
This should be an interesting experiment to watch.
Liked a tweet by Dmitri ShuralyovDmitri Shuralyov (Twitter)
Liked a tweet by Melanie Mitchell (Twitter)
In the case that the Twitter image doesn’t live, I’ll excerpt it here in more accessible text:

The fact is, the interpretation of a situation is inseparable from the analogies (or categories) it evokes. Our categories are thus organs of perception; they extend our physiological senses, allowing us to “touch” the external world in a more abstract fashion. They are our means of applying the richness of our past experience to the present; without them, we would flail about helplessly in the world.

Surfaces and Essences: Analogy as the Fuel and Fire of Thinking by Douglas Hofstadter and Emmanuel Sander p.256 (Chapter 5)

A fascinating quote and a cool conceptualization of our ontologies.

Liked a tweet by Scott GruberScott Gruber (Twitter)
Liked a post by Jamie TannaJamie Tanna (jvt.me)
With the help of snarfed.org I've now got brid.gy running locally and syndicating RSVPs from my website to Meetup.com - hopefully it'll be live next week for the rest of the to enjoy https://github.com/snarfed/bridgy/issues/873
I can’t wait for this. It is awesome.
Liked a tweet by Vincent PickeringVincent Pickering (Twitter)
Interesting diagram of set up for an IndieWeb site.
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Liked Now supporting Webmention by Jeremy Felt (jeremyfelt.com)
I think? If you know how to send a Webmention, please do so that I know it works!
I’ve installed the IndieWeb plugin as well as its companions, Webmention and Semantic-Linkbacks.
The IndieWeb plugin adds a few semantic things to the user profile in WordPress and acts as a launch platform for ...
Hooray! Congratulations!