Hi, I'm fluffy!
I focus on building tools for more general-purpose content management that integrates with the IndieWeb, and release them under the auspices of the PlaidWeb organization.
Software of note:
- Publ - a general-purpose website CMS which tries to take the best aspects of static and dynamic publishing. Major focus on flexibly supporting heterogenous content types; I use it to publish my website. It is designed with the UNIX philosophy in mind and is designed to keep sites portable and more or less stateless.
- Pushl - a companion tool for sending push notifications (WebSub and WebMention) to consumer endpoints from CMSes that don't have built-in support for such things. Like Publ. It can also be used with arbitrary static site generators (Jekyll, Pelican, etc.).
- Authl - a Python library that will hopefully wrap up federated identity into an easier-to-use API (see my explanation of why); the goal is to support any identification scheme that can be encapsulated in a profile URL
I also am one of the current maintainers of Feed on Feeds, a legacy PHP-based RSS/Atom reader.