Dat het internet kapot is weten we zo langzamerhand wel. Maar hoe maken we het weer heel? We praten met Frank Meeuwsen over hoe designers de wereld kapotmaakten en hoe het IndieWeb daar wat aan gaat doen. Op Beyond Tellerrand zag David licht aan de horizon. En Laurens is hoopvol over de GSA.
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Listen to a summary of all the sessions at IndieWebCamp Berlin 2018!
Manton and Daniel talk about migrating Manton.org to run on Micro.blog. They reflect on the nostalgia and inspiration of old web conventions like webrings and blogrolls. Finally, they talk about macOS Mojave’s forthcoming AppleEvent sandboxing and the effect it has on a wide variety of apps.
Manton.org – Manton’s personal blog, now hosted on Micro.blog.
🕸💍.ws – IndieWeb Web Ring.
Indiepaper.io – An open web oriented “read later” service.
Jonathan LaCour – Developer of Indiepaper.io and other open web projects.
MacBook Pro Refresh – TechCrunch reporting on Apple’s revisions to the MacBook Pro lineup.
AppleEvent Sandboxing in Mojave – Felix Schwarz’s analysis of the new restrictions on AppleEvent use by macOS apps.
Reauthorizing Automation – Daniel’s post about AppleEvent sandboxing and resetting the authorization databases.
We’re two senior IndieWeb participants talking about owning your own content.
In this podcast:
Martijn van der Ven
My prepared notes
These are the notes I have made during preperation, we often don’t follow them exactly but they help to follow the conversation.
*** The IndieWeb
**** Using Known
***** People write reusable blocks
***** What to copy from a moral standpoint?
***** Deleting content
We have been talking about the problems with Twitter, Facebook, and social media throughout the last year.
Our guest has too, and he’s trying to do something about it. Manton Reese, talks about Micro.blog, the technology it is built on, and how he is being thoughtful about building something new. - GeekSpeak Podcast for 2018-01-19
The photo challenge on Micro.blog, and finding a venue for IndieWebCamp Austin. You can now register for IndieWebCamp here: https://2017.indieweb.org/austin
Tonight we’re starting up a local Homebrew Website Club for Austin. Check out the details here.
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For indieweb technologies to be adopted their implementation needs to be core and simpler than the alternatives.
I had the great honour of being invited to speak on the 200th edition of the Working Draft podcast (there are a few sentences in German at the start, and then it switches into English).
I had a lot of fun talking about indie web building blocks (rel=me, indieauth, webmention, h-entry, etc.). Best of all, while I was describing these building blocks, one of the hosts started implementing them!