Items tagged with: IndieWeb
But I also PESOS - Publish Elsewhere, Syndicate (to your) Own Site.
Basically, I turn some #SocialMedia posts into blog posts. I find that PESOS suits me better as I like to come up with posts on the fly, and it's easier to write longer articles from them.
#Blogging #Blogs #IndieWeb #Writing
To PESOS or to POSSE?
Comparing two different approaches that help you take control back over your own data on the web.Dries Buytaert
🎉 Six years ago today, the #IndieWeb Webmention protocol was published as a W3C REC https://www.w3.org/TR/webmention/ A key social web building block, Webmention enabled peer-to-peer comments, likes, and other responses to be created, updated, and dele
A key social web building block, Webmention enabled peer-to-peer comments, likes, and other responses to be created, updated, and deleted across the web, by both dynamic & static websites.
It was accompanied by a report of over a dozen implementations that demonstrated interoperability: https://webmention.net/implementation-reports/summary/ using an open test suite: https://webmention.rocks/ that is still up and running and used by developers today.
Many many more implementations have been developed, open sourced, shipped, launched since. The specification itself has a webmention endpoint and accepts webmentions.
Exactly a year before that, Webmention was published as a First Public Working Draft by the W3C Social Web Working Group: https://www.w3.org/TR/2016/WD-webmention-20160112/
It took the best parts of the prior Pingback protocol, simplified it (ditched XML-RPC), made it more secure, separated presentation from plumbing, and added update & delete semantics.
It was in many ways a model for how open web standards should be developed.
See the wiki page for an overview and numerous screenshots of implementations: https://indieweb.org/Webmention
If you want to implement Webmention yourself, there are now numerous developer resources to do so.
Start here: https://indieweb.org/Webmention-developer and come say hi at the IndieWeb development chat channel: https://chat.indieweb.org/dev
Previously, previously, previously:
This is day 12 of #100DaysOfIndieWeb #100Days.
← Day 11: https://tantek.com/2023/011/t1/indieweb-evolving-at-mention
accessible here: gemini://hnr.fyi/research.gmi
or here: https://portal.mozz.us/gemini/hnr.fyi/research.gmi
as always, if you have any links burning a hole in your pocket that could do with being added, please send them over! i think it might be time to start more thoroughly organising it, soon.
#permacomputing #smallweb #indieweb #smolweb #sustainability #communication #networking
#YearOfBlogging #personalsites #indieweb
A Big Pile of Personal Developer & Designer Blogs in an OPML File - Chris Coyier
I’m hesitant to share this. I think RSS is most valuable when you slowly add people to your feed reader of choice that you have found and you know you like. A firehose of additions might turn you off. Too much noise.Chris Coyier
I've been on the internet since the mid 1990s. My nostalgia for those days means I'm into #web0, #indieweb, #gemini, #irc, and other ancient and pseudo-ancient artifacts of the internet.
I write #software to get money. (I haven't written much code for fun in a long time, sadly.) When I'm not busy working or #parenting, I try to spend time on #music, mostly playing #guitar and guitar-adjacent things.
Penso cada cop més que ens cal recuperar la sobirania digital i impulsar la descentralització tecnològica.
I els bibliotecaris i les #biblioteques hi tenim molt a dir.