2020/East

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IndieWebCamp East Coast is an online IndieWebCamp -; the second 100% online IndieWebCamp. It is based on Eastern Time Zone hours in the Americas.

Camp will feature two days meeting up online to share ideas, create & improve personal websites, and build upon each other's creations. Whether you’re a blogger, coder, designer, or just someone who wants to improve their presence on the web, there is something for you here.

All skill, ability, and experience levels welcome.

Own your data. We should all own the content we're creating, rather than just posting to third-party content silos.

Publish on your own domain, and syndicate to social media.

Be a part of advancing & growing the open independent web.




Tickets / RSVP


Schedule

Main article: 2020/East/Schedule

Pre-event

Pre-camp introduction

Friday Pre-Party

Saturday and Sunday

Day 1: Intro and Sessions Day 2: Making


08:45 Organizer setup
09:00 "Doors" Open: Coffee/Socializing
09:45 Introduction
10:00 Keynotes
10:45 Intros and Quick Website Demos
11:30 Session Planning
12:00 Group Photo & Topics Over Lunch
13:00 Sessions
18:00 End of sessions for Day 1


09:00 Organizer setup
09:30 Doors Open
10:00 Day 2 kick-off / Demos for EU timezones
10:30 Day 2 Group Photo / Hack sessions
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Hack sessions continue
16:30 Demos
17:45 Closing remarks / clean up
18:00 Camp closed


Day 1 is an introduction to the IndieWeb and discussions in a BarCamp-like environment. Bring a topic you'd like to discuss or join in on topics as they are added to the board.


Day 2 is about creating or making things for our websites! Direct your inspiration from what we discussed on day 1 into something on your site. Collaborate with others or work on your own. We'll have demos at the end of the day to see what everyone worked on!

Participating

  • Please read through our Code of Conduct
    • Code of conduct violations or problems can be reported to east@indieweb.org and will be treated confidentially.
  • Never attended a camp before? See Attending IndieWebCamp for what to expect and maybe do some pre-camp set up to make your real time attendance less stressful. (See the Pre-Event section above for a possible online walk through to familiarize yourself with our tools, ask questions and get ready before the day of camp.)
  • IndieWebCamp has a strong tradition of remote participation, typically using chat, Zoom and Etherpad during as well as after the event. More details and links for remote participation will be posted here on the days of the event. Also feel free to join us on chat to get realtime updates and conversation before, during, and after the camp. (Direct web chat link here.)

Remote Participation

  • Zoom We used Zoom as the video platform for sessions, intros, and demos.
  • wiki All session grids and schedules will be listed here
  • Etherpad - All sessions will have an etherpad for organization, live note taking, and brainstorming on the day of the event. These will eventually be archived to the wiki
  • IndieWeb chat - there are a variety of methods/ways to access the various chat channels on the wiki.
  • Audio/Video - recordings of all sessions will be placed on archive.org for individuals who did not participate to watch after-the-fact.


Session Proposals

Main article: 2020/East/Proposals

Much like in-person IndieWebCamps, we are following a Bar Camp style format. To facilitate the process and because the camp is entirely online, we're already beginning to accept session ideas and proposals ahead of camp.

Camps are interesting because of what participants bring to them, so all attendees are encouraged (but not required) to present or facilitate a session or otherwise contribute to the event. This doesn't mean you need to be an expert on the topic you're interested in--far from it! Sessions on concepts that have never been done before are frequently proposed and this is how we break new ground.

Time for session brainstorming and scheduling will be set aside on the day of the event so that people can think about what they'd like to share, learn, and discuss for the balance of the day. However, if you have time before camp feel free to sketch out your ideas in the Etherpad for session proposals.

Etherpad for Session Proposals: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/2020-East-Sessions


Organizing

Main article: 2020/East/Planning

Organizers

Photos

Day 0

Day 1

Late afternoon group photo of some of the day's attendees in 5x4 Zoom grid layout


Day 2

Group photo of 14 of the many attendees on Zoom at the Demos session at the end of Camp


Posts

Posts about IndieWebCamp 2020 East:

Tweets

Pre-Camp

Pre-party

Day 1

Day 2

Post-Camp

  • https://twitter.com/simonw/status/1329232167851814912
    • "IndieAuth is essentially the spiritual successor to OpenID - it lets you use your own domain name to sign-in to services in a decentralized fashion

      Since Datasette actively encourages deploying brand new web applications to new URLs on a whim, it's a great fir for authentication" @simonw November 19, 2020


Sponsors

We welcome individuals, organizations, and companies that would like to help sponsor our volunteer-driven camps. For more details, see: How to sponsor IndieWebCamp


Previously

IndieWebCamps

IndieWebCamps
2020 OnlineAustin London (Online)West (Online)Pop-upsEast (Online)
2019 AustinOnlineNew HavenBerlinDüsseldorfUtrecht9th IndieWeb Summit (Portland)AmsterdamOxfordNYCBrightonBerlin2SF
2018 BaltimoreDüsseldorf8th IndieWeb Summit (Portland)SFOxfordNYCNürnbergBerlin
2017 BellinghamDüsseldorfNürnberg7th IndieWeb Summit (Portland)IstanbulNYCBerlinAustin
2016 NYCMITNürnbergDüsseldorf6th IndieWeb Summit (Portland)NYC2BrightonLA (Santa Monica)BerlinMIT2
2015 Cambridge MAGermany (Düsseldorf)Portland&Brighton (5th Summit) • EdinburghMITSF
2014 SFNYCPortland/NYC/Berlin (4th Summit)UK (Brighton)Cambridge MAOnline
2013 Portland (3rd Summit)UK (Brighton)Hollywood
2012 Portland (2nd Summit)UK (Brighton)
2011 Portland (Summit)


See Also