Calum Ryan is a front-end developer in Kent, UK and co-organizer of Homebrew Website Club London.
- Re-decentralising the web (PDF) talk at London Web Standards 2018.
The custom built CMS has a responsive interface including fields for writing short-form posts, photos, bookmarks, likes and check-ins. This also facilitates sending and syndication to other platforms including Twitter.
The posting interface provides a target URL field which allows for sending Webmentions to other websites or platforms like Twitter via Bridgy support.
I'm most experienced and comfortable with the following skills and technologies:
- WordPress, Laravel
- Web Accessibility
- Web Performance
Alongside maintaining my own websites these are some other IndieWeb-related projects I have created or contributed to:
- IndieWebGuides - (Update coming in 2019) revamping homepage and content structure
- HWC London contribution via GitHub. Event information and RSVP support.
- Extend CMS to store entire contents of post objects such as weather information and checkins.
- Self-hosted Microsub reader/server