events/2014-06-04-homebrew-website-club

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Homebrew Website Club Meetup

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When

:
- Homebrew Website Club broadcast & peer-to-peer meetup & beforehand:
• optional 17:30-18:30 quiet writing hour for the venues that explicitly have it.
All times are Pacific Time unless otherwise noted in venues.

Where

San Francisco
Quip, 988 Market St. (at 6th), 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA
(No SF writing hour this week, sorry.)
Portland
Esri R&D Center, 309 SW 6th Ave, Ste. 600, Portland, OR
Includes writing hour, 17:30-18:30!
Chicago
Intelligentsia Coffee, 53 East Randolph St., Chicago, IL
Note the Chicago meeting is at 18:30 CDT
New York
Ace Hotel Lobby Bar, 20 W 29th St., New York City, NY
Note the New York meeting is at 20:30-22:30 EDT - synchronous with the PDT meetups! (though we may not be quiet during the first "quiet" hour ;)

What

Homebrew Website Club Meetup: Are you building your own website? Indie reader? Personal publishing web app? Or some other digital magic-cloud proxy? If so, come on by and join a gathering of people with likeminded interests. Bring your friends that want to start a personal web site. Exchange information, swap ideas, talk shop, help work on a project...

See the Homebrew Website Club Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 1 for a description of the first meeting.

URLs

San Francisco:

  • add indieevent...

Portland:

  • add indieevent...

RSVP

Optional RSVP - just show up! You're encouraged to RSVP by any or all of:

  • adding your name below (and indicate parenthetically if you're in for writing hour)
  • sending an indie RSVP to the respective indie event listed above for your location,
  • RSVPing on its POSSE copy on Facebook (also linked above)

Or just show up and say hi! We're a friendly bunch. You may also RSVP after attending.

San Francisco:

Portland:

  • Aaron Parecki (will be there for the writing hour)
  • Paul M (will be there for the writing hour)
  • ... add yourself!

Chicago:

New York:

Notes

San Francisco

Discussion with others about data portability for end users (primarily data formats) vs. for application developers (primarily APIs), and about HTML5 mobile webapp frameworks.

Portland

  • Aaron:
    • Fixed a bunch of IndieAuth bugs!
    • Thinking about updating posts using Micropub. Most often I need to add a syndication URL to a post, or add a tag, since I post far more short notes and photos than I do long articles.
  • Paul: adding h-entry to his website

Chicago

Blog posts

Blog posts before the meeting:

  • ...

Photos

20140605-030447.jpg

Portland


hwc-2014-155-nyc.jpg

New York City

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