Aaron Parecki is the co-founder of IndieWebCamp.
- 100DaysOfIndieWeb - https://aaronparecki.com/tag/100daysofindieweb
- p3k - the code that runs aaronparecki.com
- Sync to Flickr
- Flickr Archiver (needs update)
- Export your Delicious bookmarks (now offline)
- Loqi - a sometimes-helpful IRC bot
- 2016-09-30 Private Webmentions
- 2016-06-18 Videos from IndieWeb Summit 2016
- 2016-04-26 Monocle is Offline
- 2016-04-13 New integrated authorization server for p3k
- 2016-02-20 Enabling Global Webmentions with Telegraph and Superfeedr
- 2016-02-13 Going all in on self-hosting my code
- 2015-12-07 Setting up HTTPS with Letsencrypt.org
- 2015-08-29 Why I Live in IRC
- 2015-04-26 HTML Is My API
- 2015-03-05 Designing an IndieWeb Reader Based on How I Read Social Media
- 2015-01-04 Owning My Data in 2014
- 2014-06-22 IndieWeb Events June 2014
- 2014-06-06 The Importance of URLs
- 2014-06-01 Long-Term Archiving of GPS Logs
- 2014-03-23 Posting photos on my own site
- 2013-10-13 Realtime IndieWeb Comments
- 2013-10-11 The Future of Quantified Self Devices
- 2012-10-22 Creating Content on the Indie Web
- 2012-06-18 Introducing IndieAuth
- 2011-07-31 IndieWeb Messaging
- 2011-03-25 URL Shortener as a Search Interface
- 2010-12-17 How to build a multi-user Delicious clone with WordPress
I'm working on building the following building blocks of the Indie Web
I'm building indieweb functionality into my personal site, p3k
Things I feel like I've figured out pretty well, have shipped on my own site, can depend on, and am available to help explain to others.
- POSSE, in particular:
- webmention and pingback
- IndieAuth, in particular:
- Building your own authorization endpoint
- Monocle - an IndieWeb reader modeled after how I live in IRC
- Shoebox - a photo/media server, used as a Media Endpoint and to replace my use of Flickr, and Soundcloud
- community event calendar/aggregator
- private groups - wanting to communicate privately with some group of people. Since 2014 I have been finding private/secret Facebook groups very useful for certain things. How does this translate onto our individual sites?
- Mention App
- archive to wayback machine
- some time after publishing posts on my site, send a ping to the wayback machine to trigger archiving it
- send a ping for any pages that I link to
- gopher server for IndieNews as a follow-up to http://metatalk.metafilter.com/24019/Direct-your-gopher-client-to-gopher-gophermetafiltercom
Some brainstorming on private posts:
- I want to let people log in to my site, and then they can see things that are not posted publicly.
- Should additional posts appear on my home page once someone is signed in?
- Should there be a separate feed of posts that are visible only to the person who is signed in?
- I want to make some posts visible to groups of people, but might not want them to know which group they're in.
- Need some way to visually indicate that a post is not public, so that people know they should not share it as they would a public post. (screenshot or otherwise)
- Some posts I want to show the context they are posted in (e.g. POSSEing photos of my cat in the #animals channel in the XOXO Slack), but this applies also to public posts
- 2016-06-22 Standardizing the Social Web
- 2015-06-24 Micropub: The Emerging API Standard for IndieWeb Apps
- 2014-06-24 OAuth, IndieAuth, and the Future of Authorization APIs
- 2013-08-08 IndieWeb - W3C Workshop on Social Standards
- 2012-06-26 From OAuth to IndieAuth: Own your online identity given at Open Source Bridge 2012