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Notes tagged “indieweb”
Bookmarked https://manuelmoreale.com/on-the-current-decentralisation-movement. This right here. Your home on …
This right here.
Your home on the Internet? Get a website. Looking for interaction? Add comments (or Webmention).
“Quote toots?” Look at what I’m about to do instead:
The more I look at this “issue” the more I’m convinced the solution is already right there and it’s called the web.
Bookmarked https://tracydurnell.com/2022/11/27/making-the-indieweb-more-approachable/. This! Choice is at the …
Choice is at the core of the IndieWeb approachability and accessibility challenge. […] I think there’s a place for more opinionated guides to the IndieWeb[.]
Created a website for IndieBlocks. Hoping to eventually add proper documentation (the end-user kind, with screenshots and stuff), and code snippets and so on.
Now, to actually bring the (released version of the) plugin in line with the Getting Started guide. 😬
- IndieBlocks – Use blocks, and, optionally, “short-form” post types to more easily “IndieWebify” your WordPress site
The new IndieBlocks settings screen(s). 😬
Yes! My IndieBlocks plugin is now up on WP.org. Current version offers a single “Context” block, and, optionally, (1) some custom post types, and (2) the ability to add microformats2 to block-based (!) themes. More is on the way. https://wordpress.org/plugins/indieblocks/
Tested it on a nearly empty site with the Blockbase theme, and things like an h-entry’s post type and very basic h-card information is being picked up fine.
Testing my “all-in-one” “IndieWeb” plugin for WordPress with the new 6.1 beta and Twenty Twenty-Three. Seems to work OK, but I’m wondering why my “site doesn’t support the
core/post-author-name block.” Like, I knew about the post author block … Of course, you’ve got to install Gutenberg! Makes perfect sense for the new default theme to not work without a plugin.
Somewhat inspired by https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2022/09/wordpressindieweb-as-the-os-of-the-open-social-web/, I did some experimenting …
Somewhat inspired by https://github.com/janboddez/tt2-mf2, I did some experimenting with WordPress’s new Full Site Editor. The result is this, still very hacky, Twenty Twenty-Two child theme.
- WordPress+IndieWeb as the OS of the Open Social Web – Interdependent Thoughts
Either way, themes will need to update, too.
- Netherlands WordCamp 2022 – Ton Zijlstra Presentations
And, after yesterday’s Webmention package, a basic IndieAuth package for Laravel.
- GitHub - janboddez/laravel-indieauth
Been toying with Laravel a bit more. Decided to split off some Webmention functionality into a package of its own, https://github.com/janboddez/laravel-webmention. There’s two classes here that matter, one for receiving (
Http\Controllers\WebmentionController), and one for sending (
WebmentionSender). Hoping to add a parser of sorts later, and some CLI/Artisan commands.
- GitHub - janboddez/laravel-webmention
Bookmarked https://chringel.dev/2022/07/indiewebify-me-and-dont-forget-my-webmentions/. Nice write-up on IndieWebifying a static …
Nice write-up on IndieWebifying a static site.
That said, this is exactly why I favor dynamic sites (where you’d flush the cache and that’s about it) for this type of thing:
[M]y Webmention workflow is lacking. I need to implement a way to automatically rebuild my site[.]
Syndication is another troubling topic. The process is a bit convoluted[.]
- Indiewebify me! And don’t forget my webmentions!
Nope, not at all. Don’t even have a Twitter account.
Some middleware seems necessary? For example, I had to give a service called Bridgy access to my Twitter[.]
- Am I on the IndieWeb yet? | CSS-Tricks
Exploring Laravel Sanctum. Trying my hand at an IndieAuth endpoint.