2021/Pop-ups/Sessions

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If you're interested in hosting a pop-up session, feel free to use this page to brainstorm or flesh out your event(s), or ask for help in the IndieWeb chat.

If you instead want to see a session happen or want someone else to host a session on a topic, please bring it up in IndieWeb chat and see if you can find someone interested to host (and have them add it to the wiki instead of you).

As the session planning/development progresses and you confirm a date, please create an event on events.indieweb.org with the tag "popup", and create a page for session notes on the wiki, for example 2020/Pop-ups/GettingStartedWithWordPress.

There is also a list of potential sessions that were held over in 2020 which may make interesting sessions for 2021.

An incomplete list of holidays and other nearby events can be found on the planning page to help prevent scheduling conflicts.


Microsub

Let's work through and discuss some of the open issues on the Microsub spec issue tracker and find implementers.

Interest

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Details

  • organizer(s) / facilitators
  • Date
  • Time
  • Short description of the session
  • #hashtag (used to create an Etherpad for the session
  • Streaming video/audio platform
  • Hack day?
  • Demos?

Microformats Roundtable

Let's work through and discuss some of the open Microformats issue trackers. The proposal is to schedule 60, 90, or 120 minutes at a regular interval, either every month, every other month, or every 3 months, so we can finally address some of the long-standing microformats issues we have in the community. If we choose an alternating schedule, we can have different people from our various timezones each time.

Interest

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Details

  • organizer(s) / facilitators
  • Date
  • Time
  • Short description of the session
  • #hashtag (used to create an Etherpad for the session
  • Streaming video/audio platform
  • Hack day?
  • Demos?


Gardens and Streams II

Details

Dates

Chris Aldrich given that the Saturday 10am slot did so well for other the first time, perhaps we keep that and do a date in March or later? Add your preference and we'll try to pick a slot on/around January 14 to do additional planning and outreach. We'll also try not to conflict with any potential IWC EU Online camp.

April

  • 10
  • 17
  • 24

Interest

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Invitations

Chris has several lists for invitations:

  • TiddlyWiki list
  • RoamResearch list
  • Twitter list of digital gardners
  • Outreach to prior attendees

Pipes

pipes are a way of providing some value-add for IndieWeb tools that are useful as part of some other service. Let's discuss some of the existing services, as well as brainstorm some alternatives that we as a community want to go after.

Interest

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Details

  • organizer(s) / facilitators
  • Date
  • Time
  • Short description of the session
  • #hashtag (used to create an Etherpad for the session - #pipes
  • Streaming video/audio platform
  • Hack day? - maybe as a follow-up? or as part of it?
  • Demos?

InDWeb

Using DWeb tech on the IndieWeb. How can one leverage Tor/IPFS/Hypercore/Braid(OT/CRDT) on their website today? Also, a crash course of IW building blocks for people coming from the DWeb and an appeal to cross-pollinate by prototyping from your own site.

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Webmentions Beyond Webmention.io

Details

Webmentions haven't really been revisited in some time (and with the advent of people leaning to Webmention.io). This is a chance to see what's been really wanted, what hasn't worked and where we can go with it.

Let's webmunch on the riddle of webmentions. How can we get more people hosting their own webmention sending, receiving, and validating?

How can we prevent Webmention.io from being the beginning and end of IndieWeb participants' use of webmentions?

Possible Topics of Discussion

Webmention-brainstorming

  • Status
    • Status Page - The purpose of a status page is to notify the sender as to whether the webmention succeeded or failed and why. Standardizing the format and encouraging more implementations to offer this feature would have several positive effects.
    • Status Query Results - Status could also be queried by a header
    • Optional callback in the webmention to indicate the outcome of processing
  • Retry recommendations.
  • Rate limiting on endpoints
  • Webmention permalinks
  • What to Store about Received Webmentions
  • What to Store about Sent Webmentions...or the failure thereof
  • Should All Types of Posts Send Webmentions?
  • Webmention and POSSE deduplication.

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  • organizer(s) / facilitators
  • Date
  • Time
  • #hashtag (used to create an Etherpad for the session
  • Streaming video/audio platform
  • Hack day?
  • Demos?

Organizers

To discuss how we will decide to restart in-person events, reflect on how the online only model has worked for us, and other outstanding organizers issues.

Not sure if this is for you? See Organizers for a brief description of who is an IndieWeb organizer (changes every year!)

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  • Time
  • Short description of the session
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  • Streaming video/audio platform


Completed

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