Monthly Guiding Compass Homebrew Website Club was an IndieWeb meetup on Zoom, and this page is an archive of the Etherpad notes.
This was the first meetup with the “guiding compass” format, with an emphasis on community collaboration.
- When: 2022-05-04 18:00
- Archived from: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/hwc-2022-05-04-guiding
- Kevin Marks working on making an IndieWeb friendly template for Tumblr
- Evidence of Kevin Marks meeting ???
- Reference to https://blueskyweb.net's new project: https://github.com/bluesky-social/adx/blob/main/architecture.md
- Authentication using hashes (?) through different onion instances
- IndieWeb alternative to DID?
- Nested communities - sub-communities within larger communities
- e.g. micro.blog knitting channel nested within big picture community of people who don't like the silos
- what level community does change need to happen?
- We need to define a vision of a world that's clearly better than the silos
- more micro.blog-esque places that aren't microblogging
- What's the value proposition for businesses to incorporate building blocks?
- IndieWeb friendly services - IndieMark assessment for biz / services
- grade the silos on their indieweb friendliness
- leveraging https://indieweb.org/friendly
- Setting up a Tor site:
sudo ubos-admin createsite --toron UBOS ([doc](https://ubos.net/docs/administrators/create-tor-hidden-site/))
Possible pop-up events for near future
- Wiki Gardening day
- Work on list of items at https://indieweb.org/to-do as well as others that might be interesting
- Working on the three column home page
- wiki gardening attempt for /getting-started to highlight Tumblr (/hosting)
Webmention Feeds of the Wiki (and Internally)
In addition to adding visible webmentions to the wiki (maybe using Fluffy's mention.js script?), it would be nice to have a template added to all pages to add a list of internal backlinks from the wiki. See example: https://indieweb.org/User:Boffosocko.com#Backlinks
Angelo Gladding's demo of a collaborative editor
It uses Diamond Types to allow for real-time cross-browser editing.