These are the things I spend the most time puzzling about. Ranked by urgency. Updated from time to time.
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, ...
I went on a date with a young woman who didn't wanna sneak snacks into the movies. Not sure which direction life has taken her but I hope she's well because I wasn't sticking around for that.— Smoke (@terrill) January 16, 2020
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...
NEW #Drupal #indieweb release— scrappy new year - think creatively (@HongPong) January 14, 2020
Microformats for Drupal 8. v 1.0-alpha1https://www.drupal.org/project/microformats
Many thanks to @mlncn @agaric @drutopiaforgood for contributing time and patches to complete this initial feature set which provides configurable H-card sitewide markup
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 is an interesting idea.— Dmitri Shuralyov (@dmitshur) January 9, 2020
I think there’s some commonality with IndieWeb’s indieweb.org/own_your_data principle.
I’ve observed that issues and their comments are currently owned by issue trackers of projects, and wondered if it’s better they are owned by their authors instead.
A particularly bitchin’ memento mori seen in Portland, Oregon.
Hofstadter & Sander, on the role of analogy in our understanding of situations: pic.twitter.com/C0UdbCiXjX
— Melanie Mitchell (@MelMitchell1) January 11, 2020
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.
My kind of fun. IndieWebCamp Online 2020 a two day event Feb 8-9 for independent web creators of all kinds, from graphic artists, to designers, UX engineers, coders, hackers, to share ideas and work on your own personal websites. #iwconline #indiewebcamp https://t.co/9QGYu88ZNb
— Scott Gruber (@scott_gruber) January 10, 2020
Webmentions are so freaking cool and I've only dipped a toe in— Jeremy Felt (@jeremyfelt) January 9, 2020
Thank you, Jeremy, for helping me along on getting these tools figured out. Very few things about the web have excited me as much as learning about the IndieWeb work that has been ongoing.
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 #IndieWeb to enjoy https://github.com/snarfed/bridgy/issues/873
After fixing over 200 typos in old posts related to date formatting I finally got my #eleventy site to build last night. Next up is integrating my existing #IndieWeb functionality.https://t.co/VlZ67L4Y3D— Vincent Pickering (@vincentlistens) January 9, 2020
I have built an #indieweb server. (https://t.co/y1v9HWeYH0)— Vincent Pickering (@vincentlistens) January 10, 2020
This is a diagram of my architecture https://t.co/ibINpFeAJ6
Basically it’s a way of using open source services to send content directly to websites or to “backfeed” it from social networks
A great look at our new feature for saving highlights from physical books— Readwise (@readwiseio) January 10, 2020
This is one of the coolest apps I've seen in a long time from @readwiseio— Farza (@FarzaTV) January 7, 2020
1. Take a picture of a page from a book.
2. Drag and drop markers to literally highlight the passage right on the picture and extract the quote.
3. Store the quote, take notes, attach it to the book. pic.twitter.com/Dzb2x6NQIa