With IndieWebCamp West just about to start I figured this would be a good time to write up some of my thoughts on one of the missing pieces of the IndieWeb ecosystem: Micropub Queries.What is Micropub The quick version is that Micropub is an open standard to allow publishing to your own website from...
Here’s a page on Archive.org for creating search queries without output of a variety of formats for raw data or even feeds: https://archive.org/advancedsearch.php#raw
The search should include at least videos posted from the IndieWeb account: https://archive.org/details/@indieweb
It might be worth having it pick up anything with the tags or common keywords like IndieWeb, IndieWebCamp, Webmention, Micropub, etc., but this may also require some moderation or oversight.
Inspired by this weekend’s IndieWebCamp West, I added support to record and display syndication urls for my posts on this site.
The indieweb community encourages posting your content to your own site, and then liberally sharing either copies or links elsewhere on the web. The idea is that you own...
Another year down, another update on Bridgy‘s usage stats! We first announced these during State of the Indieweb at IndieWebCamp West 2020, then posted them here for posterity. https://snarfed.org/bridgy_stats/2020/accounts_st...
Me during the day: why am I always so tired?
Me at 3 AM: I must design the database schema and update algorithm for my new RSS reader
This year IndieWeb Summit was canceled, and some pretty good conversations took place. As usual my biggest interest was in doing authenticated, secure sharing of private posts, which has been a huge focus in how I’ve been building Publ.
I had a great time in the sessions at IndieWebCamp West yesterday! Today is project day, so I started the morning off listening to some chill tunes with other folks on the Zoom "hallway track" deciding what to work on. My blog post permalinks have been bothering me for a while, I feel like they are...
I had a great time tonight with an awesome crowd of creatives at the online Zoom pre-party for IndieWebCamp West. If tonight’s turn out is any indicator, we’re going to have a lot of fun and learn a lot this weekend.
My favorite idea of the night, hopefully coming soon: HTML6, the
👤: (left to right, top to bottom) David Shanske, Chris Aldrich, Scott Gruber, Beto Dealmeida, Kim, Ana Ulin, Joseph Dickson, Sarah Hibner, Aaron Parecki, Lillian Karabaic, Jason McIntosh, Ki, Jacky Alciné, Steve Williams, Greg McVerry, Ryan Barrett, gRegor Morrill, Fluffy