#meta 2019-01-14

2019-01-14 UTC
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@mxbck
↩️ @kvlly Same here. How about writing 'notes' instead? https://indieweb.org/note
(twitter.com/_/status/1084726402375733253)
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sebastiangreger.net
edited /QR_codes (+648) "+Google Chart API; +PHP QR code library"
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Zegnat
!tell petermolnar that feels like something you may have links to add to? ^^^
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Loqi
Ok, I'll tell them that when I see them next
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www.jeremycherfas.net
edited /year_in_review (+184) "/* IndieWeb Examples */ prompted by tantek, added myself."
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@autiomaa
↩️ That sounds a lot like what IndieWeb https://indieweb.org/ project has been helping people to do. "When you post something on the web, it should belong to you, not a corporation."
(twitter.com/_/status/1084839184295174145)
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@autiomaa
↩️ IndieWeb principles are good on many ways, but the main issue is the limited amount of existing tools to integrate those patterns to personal sites & applications.
(twitter.com/_/status/1084839475916738560)
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aaronpk
[manton] I've added a "pay what you want" ticket option in the past so that people can chip in sponsorship money through registration, which can be an easy way for [jgmac1106] to contribute
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Loqi
IndieWeb Summit
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@swentel
↩️ You don't even need a backlink to get replies back from Twitter. A lot of #indieweb users use https://brid.gy/ which does magical things :)
(twitter.com/_/status/1084841351576018944)
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@autiomaa
↩️ My main concern has been that even while IndieWeb principles, patterns, and protocols are re-usable in many ways, the main part of examples are written in PHP. We might need more examples in multiple languages to widen up the ecosystem of interconnected self-hosted sites.
(twitter.com/_/status/1084854907579129856)
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@benwerd
Businesses are realizing that they really do need to own their own websites. I believe they'll find they need to own their own conversations, too. #indieweb https://werd.io/2019/indie-communities-and-making-your-audience-known
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boffosocko.com
edited /u-syndication (+590) "Meet the Press (NBC) example of a syndication link in the wild"
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@kevinmarks
↩️ It is also very wrong about Blogger, which had and has a very flexible template system, and the way the author wants something #indieweb like, but doesn't manage to find it, or understand what open source means
(twitter.com/_/status/1084894422821728256)
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tantek.com
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@fakebaldur
How are folks who support Web Mentions handling spam mentions? (I’m assuming there’s spam, there’s always spam.) Is everybody using Vouch? Moderating? Akismet? (No reason for the question, just suddenly became curious as I was reading up on IndieWeb for other reasons.)
(twitter.com/_/status/1084922399907373057)
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[tantek]
is it worth noting there's very little Webmention spam? or does that just invite it from Twitter?
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@colinjohnston
↩️ I’ve been thinking about what you’re pointing out here for the last year. How can we make it easier for people to own their content? I really appreciate the indieweb resources but it’s not easy to go from there to a working POSSE system.
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@autiomaa
↩️ I really like the work they have been doing, but the core issue (that various people have been pointing out) is that when their principles https://indieweb.org/principles point out the need to focus on your own needs first, some may end up forgetting the value of doing collaboration.
(twitter.com/_/status/1084950442642165761)
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aaronpk
people have been pointing that out?
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@autiomaa
↩️ Understandably IndieWeb has more to do with philosophy and methods of interaction between different services, but the issue of "how to get started" (easily) has not been at the core of the movement. At the same time, other communities have gone forward at different directions.
(twitter.com/_/status/1084950779117613056)
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[cleverdevil]
I think "people have been saying..." is one of my least-favorite phrases, because its usually code for "I think, and I have told other people that I think already that..."
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aaronpk
for real
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aaronpk
it's the classic appeal to authority without having to provide any evidence
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GWG
I think of others all the time
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[cleverdevil]
I know a certain world leader who uses the phrase ALL THE TIME>
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GWG
cleverdevil, believe me
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GWG
cleverdevil, I enjoyed your recent efforts
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[cleverdevil]
I had quite a lull there with improvements, but then did a whole bunch all at once, mostly inspired by the summary pages.
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[cleverdevil]
Monthly summaries made me want a more complete picture of my listen/watch history, and... I did it!
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GWG
I want to do that, but not actively