Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
@DavidWolfpaw There's https:/
Beyond this several of us have tests sites we could use to test things manually if necessary. Feel free to join us in chat for help and other ideas: https:/
Quick reminder that there's a Virtual Homebrew Website Club Meetup tonight. It's likely to have a very #DoOO and #edTech slant given the current RSVPs. #IndieWeb #newwwyear
@jgmac1106 If you're as poor a theme tinkerer as I am but about to embark on adding microformats to a theme, I might recommend taking a look at the individual commit changes that David Shanske goes through in converting the base Twenty Sixteen Theme into a more IndieWeb friendly theme. The list of commits with useful labels can be found here: https:/
I would recommend starting at the bottom and then slowly reading your way to the top to try to understand what he's doing in each section. Note that there are one or two places where he splits a particular change up between a few commits or occasionally backtracks. There's also a section in which he "rips" out the WP core functionality of Post Formats in favor of using the Post Kinds Plugin--I'd recommend you don't do this to make your resultant theme the most flexible. I believe there's also a section in which he adds a "comment walker" and later removes it because the experimentaly functionality was later merged into the Webmentions/Semantic Linkbacks plugin to better handle comments, so you can safely ignore may of those chunks which are now stable.
I suspect that between this and the code models for SemPress and Independent Publisher (which should also have some David Shanske specific commits and related discussion that you can look up) you may be somewhat better off.
Good luck! We're all cheering for you!
@dsample I suspect you're already aware, but for others who come along, some of these functionalities are relatively solid/stable plugins, which we all wish were in core, including https:/
@davidlaietta For WordPress related activity in the area of #IndieWeb, among many others you should generally know are @dshanske (aka GWG), @pfefferle, and @schnarfed (aka snarfed).
In addition to a lot of IndieWeb specific pieces @pfefferle has also done some work on ActivityStreams (https:/
I've written a lot of intro related pieces which may help you get started: http:/
Along with a plethora of others (who I've always found very warm and welcoming) we're all often hanging out in the IndieWeb chat rooms (there's a specific #WordPress related one as well): https:/
If you're free at the end of June, the IndieWeb Summit is a great place to start as well: https:/
@xolotl @indiewebcamp And a nice attempt at a well marked up official RSVP on your site no less!