events/2016-06-09-dwebsummit-indieweb

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IndieWeb at Decentralized Web Summit was a lightning talk on 2016-06-09 by Ryan Barrett about IndieWebCamp, building-blocks, and quick summary of state of the IndieWeb.

Contents

Video

Part of a larger live stream video on the Internet Archive's site:

https://archive.org/details/DecentralizedWeb20160609pt1?start=8826

...and on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfWgin3JlAU#t=2h27m24s

Slides

https://snarfed.org/decentralized_web_2016_indieweb.html

Photos

From Twitter:

Photo of IndieWebCamp lightning talk opening slide and Ryan Barrett presenting

Another photo of IndieWebCamp lightning talk opening slide and Ryan Barrett presenting


From Tantek Çelik, uploaded here:

Ryan Barrett delivering his lightning talk about the indie web at Decentralized Web Summit 2016

Ryan Barrett delivering his lightning talk about the indie web at Decentralized Web Summit 2016

Notes

Blog posts:

Notes archived from https://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2016-06-09#t1465497302181

  • we started with the simplest tool we could get to work. the domain name.
  • with individual websites how can we help people own their own data
  • then we moved onto social media
  • so we post events on our own website
  • I happen to be running this on WordPress
  • KevinMarks comes along, and posts an RSVP on his own website
  • happens to be running Known
  • important part is that he is saying he is going to this event
  • and points to the event web page
  • uses small building blocks
  • key parts here p-rsvp
  • yes I am going to this event
  • and the in-reply-to - links to the event
  • then he needs to notify me
  • uses key building block Webmention
  • uses a POST
  • source is the RSVP, target is the event
  • my site receives that, goes and gets the source, verifies the RSVP
  • he RSVPs to the event, between two websites, no intermediary
  • we feel strongly about meeting people where they already are
  • largely that's in the silos
  • you can see people hae retweeted it
  • commented on google+
  • grid of building blocks
  • some stats
  • if you have a personal website you likely already have microformats and don't know it
  • keep tackling the huge problems
  • we're right there with you
  • at the same time, try thinking small, try thinking incremental, and meet people where they are

Q&A:

Q: are microformats are something you guys designed and invented? or found? what thoughts are into JSON vs HTML?

  • A: microformats existed before IndieWebCamp
  • we chose HTML because it is there
  • milliions billions of websites
  • and with microformats
  • we want to meet people where they are

Q: could you explain relationship between IndieWebCamp technologies and W3C Social Web Working Group?

  • A: we are fortunate that key IWC players are in the SWWG
  • these core building blocks are open standards
  • Webmention, Micropub are working their way through these standards bodies

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