2018/NYC/badges

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Badges was a session at IndieWebCamp NYC 2018.

Notes archived from: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/badges


Participants

Notes

NATE!!!!! HELLO Howdy!

Greg McVerry walked through example of his having sent badges from his recent class edu522

Event Attendance example

jgmac1106 wrote up a workflow for event attendance. Photo: 71f30adaed0f3c6caf935cc3822e799a0bf375e53d74462aff6f3ff5.jpg

IndieMon

Not too dissimilar to Pokemon Go where people can collect monsters, which could be done via webmention per Tantek Çelik conversation with Ben Werdmüller indiemon brainstorming design starts here: https://chat.indieweb.org/2016-07-14#t1468465361878000 Three actors:

   Venue creators 
   Monster creator
   Monster collectors

This also sounds similar to sticker replies or photo_reply.

  • +1 the UX from a tool like slack is another interesting way to casually recognize somebody. I built a little proof of concept hipchat bot last year that would react to "/props to jgmac1106 for coming up with interesting ways to use badges" to award a "kudos" badgeclass with open badges 2.0 evidence narrative of "for coming up with interesting ways to use badges" -Nate

This same concept could be done as a digital passport for checkins and travel which includes digital passport stamps.

"Monster creator" inspiration: https://gopherize.me/


Assertion Workflows

David Shanske: Since I wasn't going to try Indiemon, I wrote up my technical suggestion for Greg McVerry https://david.shanske.com/2018/09/28/thoughts-about-assertion-workflows/


Photos

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