tommorrisa CMS session might be interesting: I've been using Django CMS at work, some people like Wordpress, some people are into Drupal - might be an idea to discuss the architecture of CMSes and how we can get it easier for CMS users to get involved in indieweb
ben_thatmustbemethese are producers, not consumers still, so i don't think indieauth really factors in to it. You have have the .com/ be the stream of everyone and .com/author1 and .com/author2, etc have a stream for each of those.
voxpelli_Regarding SSL, there are alternative ways to configuring servers â€“ things like https://addons.heroku.com/ssl, Cloudflare and such which sits between the server and the browser â€“ avoids coffee shop hacking by script kiddies and such
benwerdtantek et al: the thing about lightweight interactions is that, while you definitely need to do user research, they allow people to respond and act on content without having to necessarily formulate a reply. Creates an audience / community connection without requiring too much from the community.
aaronpkwell anything running on dreamhost I haven't had to touch in years. whereas I have to constantly update my VPS, either OS updates, or switching to a new VPS because I can't actually do in-place updates
techlifewebI 'liked' KevinMarks noted from this morning and and first I thought it didn't show up. Not I see it has but listed and Unknown and from 8 hours ago... Hmm it was maybe 30 mins ago and not sure why Unknown.
benwerdAnd lo, Ben decide to stop hacking with the WYSIWYG editor, and did deem it necessary to just tell his users to not use it if they want to embed from Twitter or Storify, for they ask you to paste in-page script tags, which breaketh everything, and wysiwyg editors sucketh anyhoo. And forthwith, Ben did save himself much sanity.