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@benwerd I love the sound of this! It would be even cooler if it were baked into the version of Microsub that I hear is brewing: https://indieweb.org/Microsub

 

@amyhurst Since you can log into the wiki, you're welcome to add yourself as an example to the https://indieweb.org/Indieweb_for_Education page which may also have some resources you'll appreciate. Good to "see" you at camp this weekend!

 

For those interested in more and who know a bit of code, David's also got a "master class" on adding microformats to modern themes in his commit trail for updating/upgrading the TwentySixteen theme to be more IndieWeb friendly: https://github.com/dshanske/twentysixteen-indieweb/commits/master

While it isn't comprehensive and may not cover every eventuality for every theme, following along with his commits here will get you a long way towards better understanding microformats v2 use with WordPress. I think I've learned more about WordPress themes and microformats by following his changes here than anything else I've tried.

 

sessions now happening on
* Identity and the IndieWeb : https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/shanske.com/indiewebcampbwi2018
* Building Blocks (draw it/diagram it) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5_lRiQZZsY

 
 

Today's afternoon sessions for IndieWebCamp Baltimore are posted! Links for video feeds coming
Sessions include
https://indieweb.org/2018/Baltimore/Sessions

 

The community smartly doesn't rely on email, but if you insist, you can subscribe to This Week in the IndieWeb, a weekly digest of recent and upcoming events, posts from IndieNews, and a summary of wiki edits, sent out every Friday afternoon.
https://indieweb.org/this-week-in-the-indieweb

 
 

For all my and @JohnsHopkins friends:
I highly recommend attending @IndieWebCamp Jan 20-21
https://2018.indieweb.org/baltimore

 

@Joseph_Koivisto @edsu I would also encourage you to think about potentially proposing an Edu-focused session that Saturday to help get a broader conversation going around IndieWeb and education: https://indieweb.org/Indieweb_for_Education

 

@Joseph_Koivisto @edsu I would heartily invite you all to come to in Baltimore Jan 20-21: https://indieweb.org/2018/Baltimore It will be an even better introduction than the narrower scope Homebrew Website Club.

 

@DrNomyn @mrkrndvs @GFThommo @willrich45 Interestingly the idea of online field work (aka sharecropping) has been around for over a decade now! https://indieweb.org/sharecropping
I dream of a day when the only online field work is being done by cultural anthropologists.

 

@anarchivist I've always thought that ideas were Earth-shaking too, but never to this extent!

 

@mrkrndvs Nice IndieWeb user page Aaron. Saw your note about posting via Android and thought this page would help if you haven't seen it yet: https://indieweb.org/mobile_posting

 

Aaron, you certainly shouldn't feel bad about having two (or even more)! If that were the case I'd be embarrassed at having created this wiki page: https://indieweb.org/multi-site_indieweb

It is good to think through the reasons for doing so though! Feel free to add your post to the notes there.