September 8-15, 2017
- NÜRNBERG, Deutschland: tollwerk
- PORTLAND, Oregon: DreamHost
Join us for an evening ofIndieWeb demos and discussions, and working on your web site! Create or update your personal web site! Finish that blog post you’ve been writing, edit the wiki! Demos of recent IndieWeb breakthroughs, share what you've gotten working! Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom!
Portland, Seattle, Orange County
- BALTIMORE, Maryland: Digital Harbor Foundation
- FREDERICK, Maryland: Urbana Regional Library in the UR Small Conference Room
- SAN FRANCISCO, California: Mozilla
- Virtual on CEST
Join us for an evening of quiet writing, wiki editing, IndieWeb demos and discussions! Create or update your personal web site! Finish that blog post you’ve been writing, edit the wiki! Demos of recent IndieWeb breakthroughs, share what you've gotten working! Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom!
- BERLIN, Germany: Dinea Alexanderplatz
Cobb Energy Center, Atlanta, GA
- NEW YORK CITY, New York: Dalberg Global Development Advisors NYC
Brighton, Baltimore, Portland, San Francisco
Brighton, Baltimore, San Francisco
- Contentful GmbH
IndieWebCamp Berlin 2017 is the third IndieWebCamp in Berlin and one of several IndieWebCamp events in 2017!
Audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for September 2nd - 8th, 2017. https://indieweb.org/this-week/2017-09-08.html
This week features a brief interview with Ryan Barrett (https://snarfed.org/) recorded at IndieWeb Summit 2017.
You can find all of my audio editions here: https://martymcgui.re/podcasts/indieweb/
Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project https://100.aaronparecki.com: Day 85 - Suit, Day 48 - Glitch, Day 49 - Floating, Day 9, and Day 11.
Thanks to everyone in the #indieweb chat for their feedback and suggestions. Please drop me a note if there are any changes you’d like to see for this audio edition!
Posts about the IndieWeb
New Community Members
Created by Renem.net on Tuesday
New Wiki Pages
Created by Seblog.nl on Sunday and edited 6 more times
A webcam is a digital camera that can typically stream video and audio to the web (useful for remote participation in IndieWebCamps and virtual Homebrew Website Club meetups) either as a peripheral connected (via USB, Bluetooth) to a computer, or as a standalone device directly connected to the internet by wifi (AKA IoT webcam), though the latter tend to be vulnerable to attack.
Created by tantek on Wednesday and edited 3 more times
Equifax is a US government regulated identity and credit check silo that was breached in 2017 July (or earlier) and exposed over 143 million people’s personal information.
Created by tantek on Saturday and edited 3 more times
Google Drive is a file storage service from Google.
Created by gRegorLove on Monday with 3 more edits by aaronparecki.com and gregorlove.com
Coral Project is an open-source commenting system.
Created by KartikPrabhu on Wednesday with 2 more edits by kaja.sknebel.net and www.svenknebel.de
whiskey time is the timezone for Hawaii and a few other pacific islands, it is UTC - 10.
Created by ben_thatmustbeme on Thursday with 2 more edits by loqi.me and ben.thatmustbe.me
BlueBorne is a set of at least eight zero-day Bluetooth over the air vulnerabilities published in 2017-09 that affect Android, Windows, Linux, and iOS.
Created by tantek on Wednesday and edited 1 more time
Yahoo Mail is an email service hosted by Yahoo.
Created by Gregorlove.com on Friday
problem with blockchain jokes
It can take up to an hour to get the punchline. (of a blockchain joke).
Created by Tantek.com on Friday
CNN is a news publishing website that has a text-only version http://lite.cnn.io/en.
Created by tantek on Monday
ProtonMail is an email service hosted in Switzerland that supports end-to-end encryption.
Created by Gregorlove.com on Friday
Apache Struts is a Java based web framework that was potentially responsible for the Equifax breach.
Created by tantek on Wednesday
WIRED word count
WIRED word count is a limitation, like the Twitter 140 characters limitation, placed upon writers by the WIRED.com online publisher as noted by @EthanZ https://twitter.com/EthanZ/status/907411389391818753 that appears to be approximately 1200 words (The article that tweet is about is ~1110 words long).
Created by tantek on Tuesday
Changed Wiki Pages
- events/2017-09-13-homebrew-website-club 5 edits by jkphl.is, tantek.com and aaronparecki.com
- IoT 5 edits by loqi.me
- metaformats 5 edits by tantek.com and ben.thatmustbe.me
- remote participation 4 edits by tantek.com and aaronparecki.com
- Events 4 edits by sebastianlasse.de and www.svenknebel.de
- Snapchat 3 edits by gregorlove.com
- code-of-conduct 2 edits by sebastianlasse.de
- Google 2 edits by gregorlove.com and loqi.me
- Getting Started 2 edits by loqi.me and tantek.com
- Posts about the IndieWeb 2 edits by tantek.com
- events/2017-09-21-homebrew-website-club 2 edits by www.svenknebel.de
- to-do 2 edits by loqi.me
- friendly 2 edits by tantek.com
- 2017/Dortmund 2 edits by sebastianlasse.de and seblog.nl
- events/2017-09-20-homebrew-website-club 2 edits by adactio.com and eddiehinkle.com
- 2017/Dortmund/Schedule 1 edit by seblog.nl
- Facebook 1 edit by loqi.me
- Yahoo 1 edit by gregorlove.com
- Why web sign-in 1 edit by gregorlove.com
- social-standards 1 edit by tantek.com
- tinbox 1 edit by loqi.me
- discuss 1 edit by tantek.com
- Disqus 1 edit by loqi.me
- chat 1 edit by loqi.me
- site-deaths 1 edit by loqi.me
- timezone 1 edit by loqi.me
- Planning 1 edit by scottgruber.me
- Caddy 1 edit by loqi.me
- User:Kaja.sknebel.net 1 edit by loqi.me
- podcast 1 edit by loqi.me
- longevity 1 edit by loqi.me
- email 1 edit by loqi.me
- +1 Button 1 edit by tantek.com
- how-to-sponsor 1 edit by sebastianlasse.de
- comments 1 edit by cweiske.de
- IRC People 1 edit by renem.net
- feed file 1 edit by loqi.me