An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 9 30 Days of Indieweb

An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 9 30 Days of Indieweb

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Summary: David is about to head off abroad for a month. We talk about what’s been happening recently and his plans for his upcoming sojourn.

Recorded: August 5, 2018

Shownotes

IndieWeb Camp NYC–September 28-29, 2018–RSVPs are open now

Micropub Plugin work for WordPress
It will include a Media endpoint
Code for integration with the WordPress REST API

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This sketch solution may be an end-around the issue of getting WordPress (or potentially other CMSes) Themes to be microformats 2 compatible, and allow a larger range of inter-compatibility for websites and communication.

Facebook API changes cause breakage of Brid.gy
Ditchbook, a micropub-based tool for exporting data from Facebook and importing into other services

Greg McVerry’s EDU522 course Digital Teaching and Learning Too (🎧 00:47:57)

An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 9 30 Days of Indieweb was originally published on Chris Aldrich

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An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 8 Interflux

An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 8 Interflux


Running time: 1h 23m 35s | Download (26.2 MB) | Subscribe by RSS

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

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Shownotes

Recap of IndieWeb Summit 2018

Vouch(🎧 00:7:13)

The Year of the Reader (🎧 00:38:32)

Webrings (🎧 00:59:03)

Aaron Parecki posts (🎧 1:12:10)

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An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 6 WordPress and Types of Posts

An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 6 WordPress and Types of Posts

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In this episode, David Shanske and Chris Aldrich discuss how the Post Kinds plugin mapped IndieWeb types of posts to WordPress and why, the defined as opposed to implied types set up, and avatars.

While the conversation is WordPress-centric, there are a lot of discussions here relevant to a broader IndieWeb audience about adding new types of posts to your site, trying to design things flexibly (although a developer’s guide is probably needed), etc.

 

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An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 5 “Indieweb Summit and More”

An IndieWeb Podcast: Episode 5 “Indieweb Summit and More”
Episode 5: IndieWeb Summit and More

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Summary: With the IndieWeb Summit coming up at the end of June in Portland, David Shanske and I discuss it, participation, and other parts of the IndieWeb community.

 

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An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 4 “Webmentions and Privacy”

An Indieweb Podcast: Episode 4 “Webmentions and Privacy”
Episode 4: Webmentions and Privacy

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Summary: With the GDPR regulations coming into effect in Europe on May 25th, privacy seems to be on everyone’s mind. This week, we tackle what webmentions are, using them for backfeed, and the privacy implications.

 

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