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A manifesto is "a published verbal declaration of the intentions, motives, or views of the issuer, be it an individual, group, political party or government" according to Wikipedia - in summary there is no IndieWeb(Camp) manifesto.
There is no "indieweb manifesto" nor "indiewebcamp manifesto".
IndieWebCamp does have
- design principles
- and a code-of-conduct
but to call either of them a manifesto would be an exaggeration and inaccurate.
Separately from indieweb/indiewebcamp, there is:
- 2014-11-04: User Data Manifesto 2.0 - Defining basic rights for people to control their own data in the internet age.
- 2014-07-04: The ind.ie manifesto - a separate effort developed independently from the indiewebcamp community (i.e. no discussion of its creation on #indiewebcamp IRC, nor on this wiki).
- 2001-05-17: The Independents Day Manifesto - some original inspiration that planted some of the seeds of the IndieWeb movement.
- 1997-02-01 : The Indie Web Manifesto (English) (archived)