petermolnarvicsy; again, hi. the instructions to "sign up" to indieweb.org are clearly indicated on http://indieweb.org/getting_started : get a domain, place a url with rel="me" to a silo - eg. twitter -, add your url to your twitter profile, and you're done. However, may I ask why do you want to "sign up" to indieweb.org?
sknebeldgold: e.g. if someone reads the first article later and reads "posted a Hello World – It looked rough on the site, however the principle of the thing was established - ", then it would be helpful if it stil looked rough, that's what I mean
[eddie]I wanted to be able to get webmention notifications without having to do anything intense. I found out node.js has a module to create a local macOS notification. So I was able to re-use a bunch of code that I’m using for my site and created a local node.js app that runs in the background on my computer and pings me when there is a new webmention! Pretty excited. This is the lazy version, but it’s a nice start.
sknebeldepends on what the "central dashboard" is for I guess. For the results of the "automation", kind of, for in-process parts less so? (e.g. if something goes missing you have to hunt on external dashboards instead of having something local that shows everything)
tantek!tell bnvk,zegnat,petermolnar,sknebel would you be able to help make a simultaneous IWC Berlin (or other European city) happen the same weekend at IndieWebSummit in Portland? We did it a few years ago with bnvk organizing and it was great!
Loqisknebel: tantek left you a message 2 minutes ago: would you be able to help make a simultaneous IWC Berlin (or other European city) happen the same weekend at IndieWebSummit in Portland? We did it a few years ago with bnvk organizing and it was great!