Zegnatcweiske: â€˜Bitte beachte, dass du bei jeglicher VerÃ¶ffentlichung von Inhalten (einfach gesagt, immer dann, wenn deine Website nicht ausschlieÃŸlich aus einem passwortgeschÃ¼tzten Bereich besteht) dem Telemediengesetz unterliegst, das dich in aller Regel zur Angabe eines Impressums verpflichtet.â€™ - Uberspace.de Hausordnung.
ZegnatThat article does also say: â€˜Rechtlich noch nicht geklÃ¤rt ist auch der Bereich der journalistischen oder redaktionellen Inhalte. Auch Blogger und Forenbetreiber sollten deshalb Ã¼ber ein Impressum verfÃ¼gen.â€™
ZegnatMy address is listed on my whois and on several Swedish look-up websites. As far as I know addresses are actually part of public information in Sweden. (A long with a personâ€™s income and what not.) So I donâ€™t much care about that.
Zegnatpetermolnar: that is true, also because a lot of todayâ€™s encryption tools are based on solid mathematical principals. But the military might have access to even slower and more hardened file formats we donâ€™t know about yet, which would still make them better.
ZegnatI think this applies to OSS: â€˜Manche Gerichte vertreten die Ansicht, dass das Angebot schon â€žgeschÃ¤ftsmÃ¤ÃŸigâ€œ ist, wenn es aufgrund einer nachhaltigen (das heisst nicht auf einen Einzelfall beschrÃ¤nkten) TÃ¤tigkeit erfolgt; eine Gewinnerzielungsabsicht ist danach nicht erforderlich.â€™
ZegnatKevinMarks, I think the link is relevant to any IndieWeb creator based from Germany or hosted in Germany. It may apply to anyone of them who wants to set-up their personal identity online. But finding correct info on the issue is proving to be hard, especially in English
nurvI work at a open source project called FenixEdu, we do software for schools, from cloud based storage, to workflow systems. We are going to make a new LMS, with social caracteristics, and we would like to use something like diaspora so that each school would have their instance but a student from a school could add a friend from another school. Did you guys worked on something like this?
ZegnatEvery school could run there own local installation of Known, and I think the members will be able to cross-server follow each other. There is no real â€˜friendingâ€™ system though. I would say it compares more to Twitter than Facebook, in social terms.
tantek!tell ben_thatmustbeme the point of the relmeauth library is to have that functionality on your own site - certainly *not* to make another protocol (in addition to IndieAuth protocol). Also ok to grow relmeauth lib to optionally *support* the IndieAuth protocol.
Loqiben_thatmustbeme: tantek left you a message 15 minutes ago: the point of the relmeauth library is to have that functionality on your own site - certainly *not* to make another protocol (in addition to IndieAuth protocol). Also ok to grow relmeauth lib to optionally *support* the IndieAuth protocol. http://indiewebcamp.com/irc/2015-06-01/line/1433177320674
LoqiThat! (or "that ^" or "that ^^^") is a rarely seen reply often emphasizing agreement with a This post, but sometimes merely emphasizing agreement with a previous reply https://indiewebcamp.com/that
gRegorLovetantek: Saw the logs /media_checkin criticism. I'm pretty neutral on the term, so I'm fine with a better term. I'm not a big fan of "bookmark" because that means something different to me on the web.
aaronpkthe DNS issue probably had to do with me changing the root nameservers on indieauth.com in order to move DNS from linode to AWS. it could have happened just as easily if I moved the indiewebcamp.com DNS to AWS as well
tantekben_thatmustbeme: it's one thing to get your own auth setup so you can sign into your own site without worrying about an external SPOF, it's something else entirely to try to use your own auth setup for all other external sites.
gRegorLoveKartikPrabhu: It's what I think is the common definition: a log of URLs I either want to finish reading later or want to easily find later. That's not the same as a physical bookmark in a book to me.
LoqiMedia check-in is a somewhat controversial concept that refers to a type of virtual check-in post, where the "location" is an item of consumable media such as a book, audio, video, or realtime media such as a radio or TV broadcast https://indiewebcamp.com/media_checkin
LoqiA bookmark (or linkblog) is a post that is primarily comprised of a URL, often title text from that URL, sometimes optional text describing, tagging, or quoting from its contents https://indiewebcamp.com/bookmark
Zegnatâ€œIf you are just hosting your website in germany, but it's not in german and not targeted at a german audience, you probably don't need to have an Impressum at all. Again, the german laws are fuzzy on the matter what constitues "targeted at a german audience".â€
ZegnatIt matters in so much as bloggers have reported getting threatening letters from lawyers when they forget about the imprint. Of course they will try and get you to settle out of court. Something you will want to do as the fines go up to 50000 EUR.
ZegnatSmall fry lawyers I guess, people donâ€™t like to discuss those details. But I guess it is a scheme much like those threatening letters you get for illegally downloading stuff in other countries.
ZegnatRandom lawyer contacts you that you are not complying to TMG. TMG is a law that protects â€œconsumersâ€ (the lawyer is a consumer of your site). So they will file a civil suit against you unless you settle with them right there.
tantekin other news I've also joined the W3C's Pubsubhubbub community group - if you're interested in PuSH, and already have a W3C login, you may want to join too: https://www.w3.org/community/pubsub/ - let's support julien51 in his efforts here
tantek.comedited /PubSubHubbub (+794) "update Discussion with actual links to where discussion occurs, link to W3C Community Group, move old "complex" discussion point to an Issues section and note historical context vs. deployment today" (view diff)
Loqislack/dariusdunlap: The way Iâ€™ve found to do h-card is as a text widget in the sidebar. There may be something more elegant, but nothing Iâ€™ve found built into the plugins I know about. (If there is, Iâ€™d love to find out about it) see my site at: <https://darius.dunlaps.net>
gRegorLovesolson: I think if you added a rel=me on the page that points to http://stevenjamesolson.com/author/steve/, then the h-card would work as representative, since it's using rel=author for that URL. I think that's what the Indiewebify message means, and might be the simplest way without adding a widget.
gRegorLoveGWG: What tantek was suggesting though is instructions for specific WP themes. The twenty* themes will be most common and include author links already, so adding a rel=me to that same URL should make the indiewebify.me test work.
tantekmaybe to prefer readers that have subscribed to PuSH updates? because they've taken a specific action to indicate their interest in seeing what I've written - vs. sending a webmention to someone who may want them in general but didn't necessarily ask you for a response
tantekif this integration works, then I'll get to recast that file as a bit of open source extracted from Falcon, a separable piece others could use (don't want to claim that until I have it live and working for my site)