IndieWebCamp Online 2019
IndieWebCamp Online 2019 was the second virtual camp, -.
IndieWebCamp Online was a two-ish day online / hybrid event (some Homebrew Website Clubs may choose to gather in person locally) where participants created, hacked, and demoed personal websites, learned about IndieWeb, connected with creatives, and helped build a people first alternative to the corporate web.
How: With a variety of synchronous and asynchronous technologies.
Register and RSVP to https://2019.indieweb.org/online!
After Registering and RSVPing, there are a couple things you can do before the event:
- Use the Session Planning page to propose sessions you would like to host or add your own +1 to existing proposed sessions and their time slots.
- You can also use Project Goals to indicate goals and project interests you have for IndieWebCamp Online!
Want help joining the wiki or chat or need help learning some remote tools. Drop by chat and and ask for help
See 2019/Online/Planning for latest planning details and progress.
- Please read through our Code of Conduct
We will use the following tools. Please check back here soon for links,
- wiki All session grids and schedules will be listed
- Etherpad- All sessions will have an etherpad
- IndieWeb chat - there are a variety of methods/ways to access the various chat channels on the wiki.
- Audio/Video - all sessions will be held using audio/video conferencing with an audio-only mode for those that don't want to participate in video. Sessions will be held on Google Hangouts with livestreaming on YouTube for those who don't want to be recorded.
|Day 1: Learn, Share, Discuss!||Day 2: Create, Hack, Demo!|
|19:00 UTC March 8 Introductions & Personal Site Demos||20:00 UTC March 9 Sessions Conclusion & Projects Kickoff|
|Day 1 is about discussing in a BarCamp-like environment. Bring a topic you'd like to discuss or join in on topics as they are added to the schedule.||Day 2 is about implementing what we discussed. Work with others or on your own. We'll have demos at the end of the day to see what everyone worked on!|
How to Propose Sessions
- We will use this etherpad for proposing sessions and later creating the session grid on the wiki
- To propose a session you will fill out the etherpad, a sample is provided, just before 21:00 UTC on March 8 the sessions with at least 2 people and a final time slot will be moved to the wiki as part of the Schedule Grid
- The sessions can take place anytime between 21:00 UTC on March 8 and 20:00 UTC on March 9. The finalized Session Grid will contain all session times in UTC time.
- We will also allow for impromptu sessions
Example Session Planning
- Topic: Displaying webmentions
- Audience: (General or Developers)
- Facilitator name
- Proposed Timeslots
- Please put a +1 to times you can make
- Final Time Slot
- Session Hashtag for Etherpad and Jitsi
How to Sign Up for a Session
- Open the etherpad session proposal document
- Look at the sessions that interest you
- Convert the time zone from the facilitator to you
- Mark down any time slots you can attend
- The facilitator will choose the hour slot with the most attendees available
- Add Photos from Day 2 here