LoqiA nicknames cache is a way indieweb sites store information about people to improve the user experience of the site owner referring, mention, and/or linking to those people http://indiewebcamp.com/nicknames-cache
aaronpkthedod suggested that since there are already a lot of chat standards and work being done there, better to try to find a way to embed one of those in the indieweb context rather than invent a new messaging mechanism
tantekwhat's the difference between whitelisting a list of oembed providers (which everyone who supports it ends up doing), and whitelisting a list of domain-based embedding conversions in your auto-linker code?
tantekaaronpk, another criticism of OEmbed (in case you want to start a wiki page on it) - it fails the #selfdogfood test. None of its creators are running it, publishing or consuming, on their own primary personal web sites.
pfefferletantek I understand and share your point depending the indiewebâ€¦ but I think all authors/creators worked on an implementation of OEmbed into their plattform like pownce, flickr or youtubeâ€¦
ividyonNow, this happens behind the scenes, and since the companies are big faceless globs of evil, and they collect all these tons of data, single individuals in them probably don't care about single posts you make.
ividyonLet's say you wrote something embarassing and deleted it right away. Facebook etc. keep it, because that's how they roll, but at least they have the courtesy to hide it from your peers and close ones.
ividyonNah. There's ALWAYS the scare of "your data never ever being deleted from the internet!!" and staying there forever, in regards to Facebook and what not. But in the end, it "stays forever" at Facebook's private corporate archives, and perhaps the occasional friend with interests in archiving data he gets. With Indie Web concepts - assuming theres eventually super popular, easy-to-use frameworks any
ividyonLike, let's say I write something emotionally charged and wipe it 2 minutes later. Right now, I'm only in danger if I'm so unlucky that a friend views it within those 2 minutes, or I have a mysterious caching friend which is pretty unlikely right now. But with Indie Web, people would return home hours later and still be able to read it up, assuming their IW system fetched and saved that post for th
LoqiTantek-ing is a method of encouraging people to contribute to the wiki by indirectly prompting the person who first mentioned the term to create a short wiki dfn page for it http://indiewebcamp.com/tanteking
kylewm.comcreated /session_facilitating (+1859) "Created page with "<dfn>Session facilitating</dfn> refers to facilitating a brainstorming session at an IndieWebCamp event. Session facilitators are responsible for setting the discussion topic/goa..."" (view diff)