December 17-24, 2021
Posts about the IndieWeb
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Created by Podcode.co on Saturday
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From IndieWeb Wiki: New Pages:
who is the IndieWeb? We are a community based on shared principles, made up of people using our personal websites for our online identity, content, and peer-to-peer interactions. We actively collaborate and help each other in discussions and regular events to advance the independent web and provide on-ramps for people of all levels to join.
Created by [tantek]1 on Saturday with 17 more edits by tantek.com, loqi.me, tracydurnell.com and boffosocko.com
identity loss on the web is when someone loses their account(s), domains, and/or usernames for any reason, and one of the notions why it's better to focus on a presence where you are in control while treating social media only as an ephemeral distribution mechanism.
Created by petermolnar on Wednesday with 10 more edits by petermolnar.net and tantek.com
Created by Boffosocko.com on Thursday with 5 more edits by manton.org and cygnoir.net
POSER is short for Post On Socials Essentially Rants, a tongue-in-cheek mockery of the practice of posting rants on silos, often about centralization or social media, usually claiming technical expertise, without creating or using a personal site instead.
Created by [tantek] on Monday with 5 more edits by tantek.com, loqi.me and boffosocko.com
IndieWeb Utils is a library that contains a set of building blocks for creating IndieWeb applications in Python, developed by capjamesg.
Created by capjamesg[d] on Tuesday and edited 2 more times
DEV or dev.to is a silo-based community of software developers that uses their platform for discovery, publishing articles and networked learning about programming and development topics.
Created by Boffosocko.com on Tuesday and edited 1 more time
Created by capjamesg[d] on Tuesday and edited 1 more time
Rocketbook is a company with a digital notebook product with optical character recognition that can be used for handwriting posts and publishing them to one's website.
Created by Boffosocko.com on Monday
IndieWebCamp Pop-ups 2022 are stand-alone single topic sessions originally started in 2020, partly in response to the coronavirus pandemic that prevented the long history of regularly occurring in-person camps in various cities.
Created by Boffosocko.com on Thursday
Top Edited Wiki Pages
From IndieWeb Wiki: Recent Changes:
- 2021/Pop-ups/Sessions 12 edits by boffosocko.com, gregorlove.com, manton.org, www.zylstra.org blog and kimberlyhirsh.com
- why 10 edits by petermolnar.net and loqi.me
- Eleventy 5 edits by davidjohnmead.com
- Posts about the IndieWeb 4 edits by petermolnar.net and jamesg.blog
- bitcoin 4 edits by loqi.me and tantek.com
- Six Apart 4 edits by beesbuzz.biz and tantek.com
- blog archive format 4 edits by loqi.me, manton.org and gregorlove.com
- 2021-12-indieweb-gift-calendar 4 edits by jamesg.blog and tantek.com
- 2020/Austin/Demos 2 edits by gregorlove.com
- tweetstorm 2 edits by loqi.me