The IndieWeb Challenge was a collective effort to ship something IndieWeb-related that benefits the community, people in addition to yourself, every day of December!
Anyone can participate, and if you're looking for something to do, see the Inspiration section below. This can be anything from major wiki contributions / improvements to shipping updates on any of the community libraries, plugins (or updates thereof), see last year’s challenge for more examples.
Please keep in mind the Considerations and if you’re not sure, you may want to first make a commitment (and follow through) to ship something you’ll use on your own site, as it will likely help reveal ways to improve things for the community as a whole:
Once you've finished something, write a short blog post and link to it in the calendar below!
Updated Wordpress Post Kinds Plugin David Shanske
Indigenous for Android update released on Play store swentel
Displaying webmentions how-to post - amitgawande.com
Please keep in mind the following considerations when adding something to a day:
- It must be shipping / usable, not just a blog post announcing / saying you plan to do it.
- Is it clear what your thing does?
- Is it clear how someone is supposed to use it or otherwise benefit from it?
- What use-case does it solve for others (besides yourself)? Ask yourself, how would/could someone else in the community use the thing I'm posting?
- If it's a markup / styling example, is it clear what its purpose is, and how someone could/should copy the markup/styling and customize it for their own site?
- If it's a programming example, is it clear how an indieweb site could use the code, using what language(s)? Does it require any frameworks?
- If it's a code example or project, is it clearly open sourced, with a clear link to its GitHub or other code repo that has at least a README explaining how it can be used for either direct user benefit or to enhance existing indieweb sites?