ChrisAldrichI feel like "we" should set up a group Known site for multiple Indieweb users to contribute/syndicate to. It would be a more interesting way to dogfood Known instead of using a google user group/page for dev...
ChrisAldrichKevinMarks, I've always wondered about a workflow for Journalists so that they could have their own content on their site, "syndicate" it to the bigger publisher that gets all the traffic, but still have a way to get all the webmention traffic sent back to them from that publisher.
rMdesI went to google news lab Hack Hackers connect in Brussels, talked about indieweb to a few journalist in private, they where absolutely not in the mood to have their own publishing spot on the web. I was in a curious place, maybe not the best spot to talk about this
ChrisAldrichAdditionally if the private/public piece can be overcome in a nice way, journalists could publish to their site privately, but still allow webmentions to attach, so they're getting notifications about the conversation directly to their own "hub" instead of having to rely on watching the publisher's site
snarfedChrisAldrich: the backfeed idea for journalists' syndicated copies is great! if you're interested, next step might be to survey the top N big publishers, see what system serves their comments, whether it has an API or is scrapable, and then file bridgy issue(s)
ChrisAldrichKevinMarks, you might appreciate using a Livescribe echo pen (or something similar). It allows recording audio and exporting as .mp3 quickly. Then you could supplement your noterlive sessions with full .mp3 for those that want a deeper dive.
snarfedrMdes: i think same way as with public posts. if they go to your site directly, they'll see the private post if they have access. if they subscribe in a reader, they'll see it if the reader supports private posts. otherwise yes, you can mention them (which wm's their home page)
ChrisAldrichThink of it from a network theory approach: the URLs are nodes and the edges are rel-syndications to other URLs. As long as some central hub can see or be notified about where all the nodes and edges are, the communication system should be operable. If you hide either of the nodes or the edges, you'll have problems.
LoqiSalmentions are a protocol extension to Webmention to propagate comments and other interactions upstream by sending a webmention from a response to the original post when the response itself receives a response (comment, like, etc.) https://indieweb.org/Salmentions
Loqi[barryf]: tantek left you a message on 2016-06-15 at 4:31pm UTC: forgot to mention at HWC London - MozFest is coming up (once again in Ravensbourne), submit session/speaking proposals: https://mozillafestival.org/proposals ASAP!
LoqiWeb hosting can be the primary regular cost in maintaining an IndieWeb site; this page lists several options from free on up depending on your publishing needs, like a static, shared, private, or dedicated server https://indieweb.org/hosting
cmaldo you think it would make sense to break the "web hosting" page into : hosting (list of hosting possibilities : dedicated, VPS, self-hosted) and web hosting (with information about nginx/others, and shared hosting solutions)
aaronpkcmal: we explicitly start with owning your domain, and leave out the things underneath it. there are plenty of other groups working on alternatives to DNS and the other underlying bits, that's just not something that indieweb focuses on.
cmaltantek: for once, I was not ranting about DNS today, I was just surprised to see what appeared to be an argument AGAINST self-hosting on the wiki (like Â« meh, nobody cares because you own the URL Â») :)
cmalsure, it just sounded logical to me for web hosting to be (semantically-speaking) a sub-issue of "hosting" in general, and having "web hosting" have two categories : 1. Setting up a webserver on your server 2. Shared hosting / custom domain silo / etc.
ChrisAldrichGWG: I've set up a few test sites in the last month and indiewebified from scratch to improve the WordPress documentation. I have a few knucklehead tweaks to file, but they're unlikely to be noticed by many.
gRegorLoveFrom a discovery point of view, /web_hosting is probably better than /DNS. If it makes sense to split off the home server / self-hosting stuff, can put a link to the "Main" page for those on /web_hosting subsections
AhmetMerthello GWG, I wanted to edit wikipage (https://indieweb.org/2016/NYC2/Projects_List) and add my name into Remote Participant list. In order to do that I should add rel="me" command to my personal website. I understand this part. However I did not understand how to add a link back to my my homepage using social media accounts""
LoqiGet started on the indieweb by connecting with the indiewebcamp community, getting a personal domain, a place for your content, and setting up your home page & other indieweb essentials https://indieweb.org/Getting_Started
Loqi[indieweb] "Chris, as a kind of sidebar to this, we talk about hosting things on our own site. I’ve always kind of thought this should be 1 piece of software we use for everything. I think that way because further down the road when I think about imparting my indieweb knowledge to someone else I could […]" by Scott Kingery on 2016-08-25 http://techlifeweb.com/14892-2/