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  1. Josh and Benet’s 2020 recap | Starlifter.Dev

    A #WebDev podcast from an interstellar perspective.

    https://www.starlifter.dev/josh-and-benet-s-2020-recap/

    Josh and Benet’s 2020 recap

    Posted 28. January 2021

    After a ridiculous 2020 Josh and Benet finally get around to recording a casual chat about their year in review including perennial topics such as raising children, podcasting experiments, CSS, SVG animation, the IndieWeb, productivity using Notion, oh and that #DevLyfe in Craft CMS.

    [19:00] Discussion of web identity on Twitter and using different accounts followed by domain names and registrars

    [28:00] General discussion of IndieWeb and Webmention that they’ve been using on their own sites

    Links Episode cover image by Matt Hearne Allen and Heath ZEDi10 Focusrite 2i4 Reaper DAW Discord Craft CMS Natural Paint NZBEX Conventional commits Semantic release Custom D Quantum Physics for Babies by Chris Ferrie Notion Marie Poulin Cassie Evans Porkbun IndieWeb Webmention

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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. An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 8 Interflux

    David Shanske and Chris Aldrich recap the recent IndieWeb Summit 2018 in Portland Oregon including recent developments like microsub, readers, Vouch, and even the comeback of webrings!

    https://boffosocko.com/2018/07/16/an-indieweb-podcast-episode-8-interflux/

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  4. Introduction to IndieWeb on WordPress

    A starter tutorial to IndieWebifying a self-hosted WordPress website. (audio only version)

    I spent some time this morning doing a dry run through setting up a suite of IndieWeb plugins on a fresh WordPress installation. Going off of a scant outline I talked for almost two hours describing IndieWeb functionality as I set it all up. Hopefully it will provide a useful guide to newcomers to the space until I can write up a more solid outline and take a more polished approach. Apologies in advance for the roughness of the audio, lack of quality, and even live mistakes. Hopefully folks won’t mind suffering through until we can come up with some better tutorials.

    As prerequisites, I assume you’ve already got your own domain and have installed WordPress on a server or other host. I actually finish setting up the WordPress install as I start the video and then sign in for the first time as we begin.

    While many of the core plugins are straightforward, there is a huge amount of leeway in how folks can choose (or not) to syndicate to sites like Twitter, Facebook, and others. Here I make the choice to use the Bridgy Publish plugin and only demonstrate it with Twitter. With one example shown, hopefully other silos can be set up with Brid.gy as well. The IndieWeb wiki details other options for those who want other methods.

    At the end I walk through creating and syndicating a post to Twitter. Then I demonstrate commenting on that post using another CMS (WithKnown) from a separate domain.

    I do my best to provide verbal descriptions and visual examples, but these can certainly be supplemented with further detail on the IndieWeb wiki. I hope to come back and add some diagrams at a later date, but this will have to suffice for now.​​​​​​​​​

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=111&v=ZsPjdk2-m68 Related Post: http://boffosocko.com/2018/04/27/setting-up-wordpress-for-indieweb-use/
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