Introductions for IndieWebCamp SF 2014 took place 2014-03-07.
Archived from https://old.etherpad-mozilla.org/indiewebcamp-sf
IndieWebCampSF Day 1
- responsive design on home page (tantek.com) of recent posts and other home page stuff
- icon implementation that enables user friendly "Add to Home Screen"
- holds up LED blocks with URLs on local bluetooth
- Demonstrates snarfed.org
- shows Bridgy comments from silos, Facebook, Twitter, G+
- hovering over their name points back to their Facebook profile
- new post
- hovering over their name in comments from Twitter, points back to their personal website instead now!
- Silos can be your friend, e.g. Twitter with friendgraph, pubsub etc. But the usable interface is your site.
- showing a replacement for WordPress JetPack Plugin with his own
- Photo image proxy: Photon API
- Their TOS only allows using it with WordPress JetPack Plugin
- shows replacement proxy for Photon: s.wjn.me - app written in Go
- uses HTTPS
- Photo image proxy: Photon API
- URL shortener is HTTPS
- all his personal content is hosted on a secure channel
- shows IndieBox physical hardware/server
- shows his /localhost on his laptop
- install with one command line command all the apps
- provisions databases, sets up firewalls
- local calendar/wiki etc. server
- wants to start a Kickstarter that starts an IndieBox all setup, no Linux admin, all setup and ready to go.
- all open source
- single command line commands for: backup, etc.
- he is running IndieBox himself at home, administers it via ssh
- wants to make it so normal people can do it too
- Is this like Docker containers?
- No, Docker makes all kinds of assumptions that get in the way
- Do ISPs let you run your own server at home?
- Took a while from Comcast to get an answer
- They said everything is fine as long as it is not commercial
- A lot of stuff for family purposes don't need to leave the house at all
- Another app is a VPN, so others can VPN into your IndieBox. And having them VPN into each other.
- Do you have Camlistore running on there?
- No. Everytime I try to figure out setting it up I can't seem to.
- Noterlive - live tweeting app from his own website.
- was doing a lot of live-tweeting manually copy and pasting
- so built is own tool
- you log into twitter
- you put the hashtag for the conference at the top
- you put the speaker name here.
- type in speaker quote
- previews full text of the tweet
- and then also the HTML of the content and keeps a transcript
- when he's done he copies and publishes the transcript
- what he would like to do is post this to your website, not just Twitter
- would also like to post the final transcript to your website via micropub
- wants to turn Noterlive into a micropub client
- also loses local UI fields on refresh - would like to put them in Local Storage
- this is all just JS that's running, but a serverside thing that does login
- works on messaging, has worked with irc:bear on XMPP
- &yet has quite a few people working on XMPP and are members of the XSF
- stanza.io gives XMPP a completely JSON-based API and makes XMPP as simple to use as socket.io, makes it easier to use XMPP for WebRTC signaling
- simplewebrtc.com JS to add WebRTC to a site
- talky.io is built with on top of it
- we want to do that and federate it so people can do it on their own domains
- chat to/from their own domains
- everything you need to run otalk on your own server
- demo at otalk.im - contact irc:bear for a demo identity to login as
- Next: 2014/SF/Scheduling