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Distributed Web was a session at IndieWeb Summit 2018.

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

Video: ▶️38:40s

IndieWeb Summit Portland 2018
Session: Distributed Web
When: 2018-06-26 14:15



A distributed architecture circumvents: government censorship

Competing Specifications for Transport and / or Schema layers

Replica of the schedule over dat dat://44cb7c6f89844dc4e8fee6e444ac7c6d5a5f5b8e1a4a224866401e955837a401/#schedule

  • gone from network at last check martymcgui.re 12:12, 4 February 2019 (PST)

https://fed.brid.gy/ lets existing IndieWeb and OStatus/ActivityPub sites interoperate.

https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1349793 ^^^^ author: John Day; Title: "Patterns in Network Architecture: A Return to Fundamentals" (posted by Forrest Hawes; the above ACM link is posted rather than Amazon book link)


Tantek Çelik: I would like to serve my pages from my current website, with alternate links to e.g. dat and ipfs URLs/hashes, so anyone loads my site in a local network, then anyone else in that local network can get (preferably) that content locally rather than re-retrieving it from my server

Disaster preparedness (RINA)


Use of language is important. Need to be more inclusive with the language we are using.

There are tons of things in the world are important, the indieweb is concerned with some specific things, and that's ok. Personal websites, how they can talk to each other.

Jim Pick's Dat Demos: (come ask me for a personal demo!)

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