seekrKartikPrabhu: Well, I don't have a site that's relevant for IndieWebCamp purposes - closest thing is a now-defunct site (domain name expires in a couple weeks and I don't intend to renew it): http://welovemarketbasket.org/
seekrKartikPrabhu: I did some software in Perl and PHP to produce what you see in the right-hand "Newswire" column. Now I'm mainly interested in finding alternatives to Facebook and Twitter for another site I'm working on. I'm hoping someone in this community will have some suggestions (I have found some via non-evilGoogle searches, but haven't had a chance to check 'em out yet).
seekrIn fact, I got direct experience of that fact via the site I mentioned a short while ago - lots of spam activity, which is a bit different, but still quite annoying and time-consuming to deal with
KartikPrabhutantek: a lot of sites use JS to load comments. A good way to doing that is to have a separate comments page for any given article and then use JS to include comments when some one clicks on "Show comments"
tantekKartikPrabhu: no one here is doing separate page for comments yet, so when someone starts experimenting with that, we can discuss it. Til then, not really worth worrying about to that level of detail.
tantekitâ€™s also a more polite way of saying, ok go capture your thoughts in one place where youâ€™ll have to make them more coherent than a series of hard to follow IRC statements (and nearly impossible to understand from the logs)
Loqiquestion is a post type for soliciting answer replies, which are then typically up/down voted by others and then displayed underneath the question post ordered by highest positive vote count rather than time ordered https://indiewebcamp.com/question
seekrguess I don't feel so bad not being able to connect (yet, still trying) knowing that the audio is inaudible - hope they can work something out - maybe get a direct connection to the speaker's mic?
petermolnarquestion: should a write how to update a (freely hosted) dns entry for _any_ domain on digitalocean with an ip? what way hosting at home could actually be easy with any domain; in theory of course
seekrloading, or just no video/audio?" My answer is that Firefoxputs up a little widgety thing and says my mic is active, but does nothing else - remember, I have a broken camera - Chromium does nothing at all - trying various forms of Windoze now
Loqi"You're here because you know something. What you know you can't explain, but you feel it. You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world [wide web]." â€” Morpheus, The Matrix
seekrhave the snowden revelations caused more people to become interested in such things, do you think? It's sounding to me as if people are willing to feel stuff from their sites to silos, but maybe I'm wrong. If I'm not, doesn't it mean that privacy and/or anonymity are lost anyway? Sorry to be such a dumb newbie - just feelin' my way 'round here. :)
ShaneHudson_I am wondering how easy it is to create an app that will appear in the share menu on twitter. So that I can click "Reply on own site" and it will either handle micropub locally or hook into Quill or something on the web
jgarberHello, IndieWebCampers! Has anyone combined Micropub with Rails? Specifically, ActiveRecord? ActiveRecord expects data (params) to be structured in a particular way so my first guess is that an app would need something between a Micropub endpoint and ActiveRecord, but wanted to float the question out there in case anyone else has tackled this.
gRegorLovequestion about what the 'line' is for indieweb - ok to use AWS or GH pages, etc. aaron explained owning the domain is basically the line, the hosting is all plumbing and not of concern to the use reading your site.