This style guide is a set of recommendations when using indieweb terminology.
Use this page to discuss writing style, disambiguation of jargon and phrases and to ask questions about terminology in efforts to remain more consistent with how others are writing about indieweb ideas and projects.
The Indie Web
- "the Indie Web" as a noun
- The "IndieWebCamp" event name is one word.
- "IndieWeb" is a proper noun. It refers to the indieweb movement, which encompasses websites such as indieweb.org, events like IndieWebCamp, and various technologies including microformats.
- "indieweb" is an adjective meaning "of or relating to IndieWeb".
- "indie web" as a generic term describing an independent web 
An Indie Website
i.e. a site that is part of the Indie Web.
- Webmention the protocol is a proper noun and should be capitalized, but not CamelCase.
- An individual webmention that someone receives is not a proper noun.
- You can receive multiple webmentions, but Webmention can not be pluralized
As a community we strive to use IndieWeb and IndieWebCamp for events and organizational sites such as the indieweb.org wiki.
We welcome you to use the term indie web in a top level domain if you set up a website for a community event. Likewise for homebrew website clubs (hwc).
It is best to name a service by the problem is solves rather than using IndieWeb in your top level domain.
If you build a service to support the community we welcome the use of the word indie. see indie for numerous examples from pop culture on the history of the use of the word indie in other spaces.
- indie naming
- To-do: There's enough about indie* naming of things on this page and on 2018/NYC/Organizers#projects_using_indieweb.tld_domains and indie itself that it's worth collecting all that in the indie naming page, and just leaving a summary behind here on style-guide.