Ton continues to wrap his head around Webmention, and wonders about how mentions should be displayed on the “mentioned” site: What strikes me as odd now is how little control I have over how the Webmention and Semantic Linkbacks plugins actually deal with webmention data. The stuff I’d like to...
This is my version of the steps you need to take to make your site part of the indie web community. Swentel helped me getting it all setup on this here Drupal site using his indieweb module. It’s all a bit complicated still, so this is mostly me trying to retroactively understand what’s going on...
Most promising to me is that this WordCamp actively, purposely, and contemporaneously quoted Drupal founder Dries Buytaert in their announcement right after he began contemplating POSSE vs. PESOS and other IndieWeb philosophies.
An average of 12 million people check the Royal Family website each year
In any case, it’s always interesting to see which organizations are using which platforms.
Thoughts about Drupal 9 release timelines, including how this might impact Drupal 7, Drupal 8 and even Drupal 10.
We need to better document Drupal's values and principles, as it is at the core of everything we do.
IndieWeb for Drupal, IndieWeb for Businesses, and Foodspotting going under. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for March 31st - April 6th, 2018.
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Integrates the philosophy of Indieweb in your Drupal website.
For more information about indieweb, see https://indieweb.org/.
This is only the tip of the iceberg and much more functionality will be added.
- Receive webmentions and pingbacks via Webmention.io
- Publish content etc via bridg.y, store syndications
- Microformats for content and images
- IndieAuth and Authentication API
- Micropub for creating content etc
- Creating comments from 'in-reply-to'
- Microsub link exposing
More extensive documentation is in the README file and on the configuration screens.
Currently development is happening on Github at https://github.com/swentel/indieweb and is synced back for bug fixes and releases. Create issues on Github.
- composer require indieweb/mention-client in the root of your Drupal installation.
- go to admin/modules and toggle 'Indieweb' to enable the module.
- go to admin/config/services/indieweb and start configuring.
It’s time to improve Drupal's download process and end-user documentation. I believe we can improve Drupal's evaluator experience with these three steps.
Working towards being able to publish notes and photos from my phone
I've had my site for quite some time now, the internet archive goes way back to 2002 even! To be fair, most of the content until 2007 wasn't that interesting (not sure what makes me think it is nowadays though, but okay ... ), but it was mostly the primary source of well .. me :). Apart from that, I also use Twitter, but I want to turn this around and let my site be the primary source. The IndieWeb movement is something I only recently discovered, but somehow, the philosophy was in my mind for the last few weeks, and I am not the only one that is talking about it. So, as a first small step, to figure out who links to my content, I created a simple Drupal 8 module that can receive and store webmentions and pingbacks from Webmention.io. The source is available at https://github.com/swentel/webmention_io. I'll move this drupal.org at some point once it gets into a more polished state, but it also depends on further iterations of getting more interaction feedback to my site. Next up is looking at https://brid.gy/ as the service has integration with social networks to post and retrieve replies from there.
It’s interesting to see some of the great strides forward Drupal has been making in the IndieWeb arena since November .
How I plan to evolve my site to take back control over my data and reclaim my blog as my thought space.
Discover Dries' thoughts on the open web, the future of digital, technology startups, Open Source and Drupal.