Introduction to IndieWeb on WordPress

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  1. WPWeekly Episode 361 – Introduction to the IndieWeb With David Shanske – WordPress Tavern

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by David Shanske. David introduces us to a set of philosophies known as the IndieWeb, explains how it’s different from the Open Web, and how he’s been involved in the community. We discuss tools that help people own their data while still being able to take advantage of the benefits that social networks offer. We also talk about WordPress’ role and how capable it is out-of-the-box for participating in the IndieWeb.

    Stories Discussed: Bridgy connects individual sites with social networks IndieWeb Wiki IndieWebCamps IndieWeb WordPress Plugin WordPress XFN IndieWebifying Your WordPress – IndieWeb Summit 2019

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  2. An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 14 A loose collective of developers and techno-utopians

    Our first episode since January. David Shanske and Chris Aldrich get caught up on some recent IndieWebCamps, an article about IndieWeb in The New Yorker, changes within WordPress, and upcoming events.

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  3. My Url Is (Episode 1)

    My Url Is (Episode 1) In this episode Eddie ( interviews Aaron Parecki (, one of the co-founders of the IndieWeb ( We talk about how the IndieWeb got started, what makes an IndieWebCamp particularly memorable and how he decides if a new feature should be a public service or part of his website.


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  4. An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 4 “Webmentions and Privacy”

    If possible, click to play, otherwise your browser may be unable to play this audio file. Running time: 1 h 16m 00s | Download (23.8 MB) | Subscribe by RSS Summary: With the GDPR regulations coming into effect in Europe on May 25th, privacy seems to be on everyone’s mind. This week, we tackle what webmentions are,

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  5. An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 6 WordPress and Types of Posts

    In this episode, David Shanske and Chris Aldrich discuss how the Post Kinds plugin mapped IndieWeb types of posts to WordPress and why, the defined as opposed to implied types set up, and avatars. While the conversation is WordPress-centric, there are a lot of discussions here relevant to a broader IndieWeb audience about adding new types of posts to your site, trying to design things flexibly (although a developer’s guide is probably needed), etc.

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  6. The IndieWeb and Academic Research and Publishing

    A sketch outline for how researchers and educators can utilize IndieWeb philosophies and technologies to disrupt the big business of academic publishing to own their own research and improve academic communication and peer-review.

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  7. This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • June 30th - July 6th, 2018

    Reddit-but-IndieWeb, Facebook’s socialized risks, and you got your ActivityPub in my Webmention. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for June 30th - July 6th, 2018.

    You can find all of my audio editions here:

    Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project 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!

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  8. An Indieweb Podcast- Episode 2: IndieAuth | David Shanske

    In this third episode of An IndieWeb Podcast, I invited Chris to discuss my project of the last few months, the IndieAuth endpoints for WordPress, and some related Micropub work I’ve been doing, and some other ideas, and try to teach him about IndieAuth, so far as I understand it. WordPress Plugin…

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