Transatlantic Bonus Homebrew Website Club was an IndieWeb meetup on Zoom held on 2022-05-15.
- When: 2022-05-15
- Archived from: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/hwc-2022-05-15/export/txt
- What kinds of reviews do people do and what would people like to read
- Reviews of places/hotels/restaurants are only useful for people nearby
- Product reviews could be more helpful
https://david.shanske.com/kind/photo/ - photo type posts only https://david.shanske.com/photos/ - all photos from all types of posts
https://stream.indieweb.org/ - microsub client / channel without authentication? (public implementation instead of private) photo challenge photo collections
photo post on your own website that has u-category markup to event post that webmentions a photo challenge event? Could create an event page on your site to host a challenge, and syndicate it to a central challenge hub / site? Tagged reply to a page full of feeds??? Editing the main feed to add yours??? Then people could subscribe to the feed for the challenge? IndieAuth sign-in to a website then opt-in to participate? planet - https://indieweb.org/planet https://indieweb.xyz/howto/en
example: https://wordpress.com/dailypost/photo-challenges/ https://challenges.micro.blog/ https://perchance.org/inktober https://inktober.com/rules
Photo Challenge posting idea....
Create a 'photo challenge' page, and that page is tagged as a u-category, and that would generate webmentions to the page, which could be used to generate a feed of challenge posts.
https://marksuth.dev/photos - polaroid inspired layout
Issues with photo stream:
- spam - attribution - licensing - creative commons - NSFW - tag images that are NSFW to exclude? - content warning - personas / avatars / privacy https://www.fox5ny.com/news/dallas-texas-rick-roll-drones-giant-qr-code https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2hwqlw https://twitter.com/gottapatchemall/status/1334628520165658631?lang=en-GB https://www.iceland.co.uk/p/spam-fritters-300g/81243.html
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