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2013-09-08

IndieWebCampUK Day 2

10:45 sessions


2013-09-07

IndieWebCampUK Day 1

(please archive onto the wiki)

Selfdogfood Demos

Selfdogfood Demos

  • Aral Balkan -
  • Tantek Çelik - http://tantek.com
  • Jeremy Keith - http://adactio.com
    • demonstrated his journal/CMS/article posting UI,
    • bookmarking javascript button in toolbar
      • Bookmarklet + URL API for adding links to linkblog
    • commentary about comments - what he wants to work on, receiving webmentions
      • Comments disabled by default, can be opened
      • can someone who was listening more carefully document comment visibility stuff? -bw
    • Interested in creating a system that allows people to reply through blog posts
  • Luis
    • posts on a single folder in dropbox
    • plain old markdown
  • Glenn Jones - http://glennjones.net
    • his blog used to be written in C#, then he used WordPress
    • he just put up a new blog on his site.
    • uses blog as a reference for himself
    • editing local files on his computer which syncs up to a server, which his site pulls from
    • flat files, not database
  • Caseorganic.com
    • used to allow editing of wiki based on if she follows you on twitter
    • demonstrated logging in via IndieAuth
    • posts photos via Skitch to Flickr, then has a cron job that PESOS them into her own site.
  • Sammachin.com
    • hates phone numbers - /callme
    • wants to get rid of phone numbers and use his domain to have people call him sammachin.com/callme/ -> uses WebRTC to ring his phone
    • using WebRTC to phone
    • his website checks foursquare for which location/country to call a physical phone
    • phone number is really like an IP address. we don't really own phone numbers
    • transcribes voice mail to email
  • Jason - sixtwothreee.org
    • sketchnotes.sixtwothreee.org - uses Jekyll and hosted on github pages
    • has created a simple new command line to generate a new post
      • demonstrates it
      • prompts him for information
      • What would like to post
      • What is the speaker's name
      • What is the speaker's site
    • commits and pushes it up to github
    • github regenerates the site
    • wants to take this system and make it work on his main site for normal blogging
  • Tom Atkins - knitatoms.net
    • wants to make tools that you don't have to be geeky to be able to use
    • Acrylamid - Python static site generaor
    • edits a post with markdown
    • runs a script to deploy it, rsyncs it up to his server
    • somehow his site didn't update it on the home page
  • Boris - smus.com
    • blogging engine called Lightning
    • Python static site generator
    • has a drafts folder
    • whenever he changes his markdown, his site updates
    • multiple types of content on his site
    • has links, and posts
    • wants to get away from posting to Twitter and post on his own site instead
    • working on a GUI to post a URL, extract a title from the URL, hello world text, preview in browser
  • Mime Çuvalo - nightlight.ws
    • home-grown CMS called Hello World
    • has a bult in RSS reader
    • drop in images and video links
    • posts comments back and forth via salmon with identica
    • uses bookmarklets for actions - reblog a URL - pinterest-like-bookmarklet
  • michalstefanow.com
    • cross-posting instagram to twitter, screenshot of G+ to facebook, etc
    • browser profiles
    • wants to build a dashboard to post from one place to all the different events he is promoting
    • posts in lots of places
  • Aaron Parecki - aaronparecki.com
    • started with a static site generator - p3k in php
    • YAML header, post text
    • slowly evolved a posting UI on top of that
    • example of what a note looks like when its rendered
    • posting UI just generatees static files for him
    • shows bookmarklet to reply to Barnaby's post
    • goes to his posting interface
    • autofills his URL, id, tweet id
    • adds content, tag, customize slug
    • previews Twitter copy
    • shows reply post, with reply-context of Barnaby's post
    • and shows that comment shows up on Barnaby's post
    • shows Twitter version of conversation, copies are threaded there.
    • starting with a static site generator, was able to add UI on top, one thing at a time.
    • slowly evolving based on what he was doing and what was working and not working
  • Barnaby Walters - waterpigs.co.uk
    • took a quick video of everyone in the room
    • posting by email to a "secret" address
    • puts content in body of email
    • clicks send
    • shows up on waterpigs.co.uk
    • under 3 minutes for posting a video to an indiewebsite.
    • can email a GPX file and will plot on a map
  • Amirchaudhry.com
    • interested in Internet of Things
    • Nynmote.org - software infrastructure for internet of things - a way to connect all the devices together
    • using DNS to connect devices
    • e.g. phone to backup.amirchaudhry.com
  • Kevin-marks.com
    • noterlive.com - uses for live tweeting
    • Fills in hashtag, twitter handle and name, and quote from a speaker
    • previews the post to twitter
    • also builds generated HTML with all the notes, can be used to paste into an HTML file and push to his site using git
  • Julien ouvre-boite.com
    • how do I follow tantek from his site? find his atom feed and paste into a feed reader, this is too complex
    • SubToMe - uses browser features (local storage) to avoid copy/pasting URLs to feed readers
  • Alf Eaton - alf.hubmed.org
    • prefers PESOS
    • on his own site he has everything he's posted to delicious
    • wants to collect all the photos he's posted to Flickr
    • would like to work on easier way to consumer an archive
  • Pelle Wessman voxpelli.com
    • been working more on how to follow people
    • working on a tool to index my social graph
    • relspider.herokuapp.com/api/lookup?url=http://voxpelli.com/&callback=http://requestb.in/
    • builds a Neo4j database of all the social graph connections
    • it is a replacement for Google's Social Graph API
  • Bjarni Einarsson bre.klaki.net - running over pagekite connection
    • personal site is running over a pagekite connection hosted on a computer inhis dad's basement
    • project: mailpile.is
    • project: pagekite.net
      • has a webserver running on this lapotp, exposed via HTTP through an ssh tunnel
  • Brennan Novak - brennannovak.com
    • part of the mailpile team
    • built social igniter a couple years ago to post to his site
    • inline posting interface with checkboxes to POSSE to other sites
    • "Indie Webify Me" - a guide to getting you on the IndieWeb indiewebify.me
    • validator UIs right in the list in the guide!


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