This Week in the IndieWeb
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May 24-31, 2019

Recent Events

From indieweb.org/events#Recent:


Virtual HWC for site builders who either can’t make a regular in-person meeting or don’t yet have critical mass to host one in their area. Everyone of all levels is welcome to participate remotely!

Homebrew Website Club Meetup
Join us for an evening of IndieWeb personal site demos and discussions! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom! More…

Homebrew Website Club Meetup
Join us for an evening of IndieWeb personal site demos and discussions! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom! More…

Upcoming Events

From indieweb.org/events#Upcoming:

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21c Museum Hotel in Durham, North Carolina, USA
Domains Camp 2019
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online

Homebrew Website Club Meetup
Join us for an evening of IndieWeb personal site demos and discussions! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom! More…

Homebrew Website Club Meetup
Join us for an evening of IndieWeb personal site demos and discussions! Any questions? Ask in the chatroom! More…
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IndieWeb Summit 2019 is June 29-30, 2019 (Saturday & Sunday), in Portland, Oregon; the ninth annual gathering for independent web creators of all kinds, graphic artists, designers, UX engineers, coders, hackers, to share ideas, create & improve their personal websites, and build upon each others creations.
IndieWeb Summit 2019

Posts about the IndieWeb

From news.indieweb.org:

Mark All Read in Monocle
by mrkapowski.com on
Why www.jvt.me?
by www.jvt.me on
K Theme Status Update 2019-01-09
by mrkapowski.com on
“K” Theme MF2 Markup Update
by mrkapowski.com on
by jarredsumner.com on
Why isn’t the internet more fun and weird? by Jarred Sumner “MySpace inspired a generation of teenagers to learn how to code. We have Dark Mode now, but where did all the glitter go?” Jarred Sumner (jarredsumner.com) I may be showing my age here, but I was never on MySpace. That said, this blog post (and the CodeBlog service it’s advertising) reminds me a lot of platforms I do remember, like Tripod and Geocities. Pages were built from raw HTML, and adorned with all sorts of widgets ...
The rise of the IndieWeb
by notiz.blog/author/matthias-pfefferle on

New Community Members

From IndieWeb Wiki: New User Pages:

User:Bunkham.com

Created by Bunkham.com on Friday

New Wiki Pages

From IndieWeb Wiki: New Pages:

User:Gregorlove.com/sandbox/location

Created by Gregorlove.com on Friday and edited 14 more times

User:Diggingthedigital.com/podcast-talkingpoints

Created by Diggingthedigital.com on Wednesday and edited 9 more times

serverless

serverless is a doublethink term that misleadingly refers to web applications that completely depend on someone else’s servers (rather than no servers as a literal interpretation would imply), often through proprietary function as a service (FaaS) services, like AWS_Lambda, which have been used for experimental IndieWeb building blocks implementations.

Created by [tantek] on Friday with 8 more edits by eddiehinkle.com, loqi.me and tantek.com

Beyond Tellerand

Beyond Tellerand is (often abbreviated btconf) an annual web conference in Düsseldorf, Germany since 2011 (additional cities since), which has supported and helped sponsor the adjacent IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf annually since 2015.

Created by [tantek] on Tuesday and edited 3 more times

Frederick

Frederick is a secondary city in the state of Maryland on the East Coast of the United States. It is part of the Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan Area. It has previously hosted monthly Homebrew Website Club meetups.

Created by Eddiehinkle.com on Wednesday and edited 3 more times

events/2019-06-11-DomainCamp2019

Created by Boffosocko.com on Friday and edited 2 more times

Category:city

Cities where IndieWeb events have been hosted.

Created by Gregorlove.com on Wednesday and edited 1 more time

A Database Error Occurred

A Database Error Occurred is a common error reported by web applications that depend on a database, often MySQL.

Created by Tantek.com on Friday and edited 1 more time

2019/expenses

Created by Tantek.com on Tuesday and edited 1 more time

events/2019-05-30-homebrew-website-club

Homebrew Website Club Meetup

Created by Tantek.com on Saturday and edited 1 more time

G Suite

G Suite is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google, first launched on August 28, 2006 as "Google Apps for Your Domain".

Created by [frank] on Saturday and edited 1 more time

video reply

video reply is a reply with a video, a video post that is in-reply-to another post, that used to be supported by YouTube but was dropped per https://techcrunch.com/2013/08/27/google-dumps-video-responses-from-youtube-due-to-dismal-0004-click-through-rate/.

Created by [tantek] on Monday and edited 1 more time

Pine Street Market

Pine Street Market is a food hall in Portland, Oregon where several IndieWeb Summit pre-parties have been held.

Created by Aaronparecki.com on Tuesday

Pl@ntNet

Pl@ntNet is https://identify.plantnet-project.org a plant photo silo that helps rapidly identify plants by user contributed photographs which are public made available with a Creative Commons license.

Created by [tantek] on Monday

Template:scarequote/doc

Created by Tantek.com on Friday

Template:scarequote

Created by Tantek.com on Friday

Brighton

🎪 Brighton is a city in the UK that has hosted five IndieWebCamps, from 2012 thru 2016 and is a regular venue for Homebrew Website Club meetups.

Created by Calumryan.com on Thursday

Changed Wiki Pages

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