IndieWeb Summit - Day 2: Annotations
Continuing from my Day 1 post, here is a markup of what occurred on stream with any extra notes I had along the way.
The Day 2 schedule is on the IndieWeb wiki and the Twitch stream starts at the Demo portion of the schedule.
Unsure how to spell Cheryl's last name.
They got their website up in one day!
Showed off a cool idea to document how they create and work with their site.
Cleaned up subscription page. "Following" page, connected to a microsub server to list feeds they use.
Added support for Dat.
Added webmention display.
Gregor and Malcom
A working demo of AutoAuth with private post on Gregor's site and accessible from Malcom's reader.
Clustered data points for checkins/images, easier to data on map.
To help showcase bike rides.
Got a bunch of IndieWeb stuff working with Wordpress.
New publishing interface and styling for the output.
First portfolio website, done in a weekend.
Big site refactor.
Python authentication library to wrap a bunch of auth types. Cool demo.
Micropub change so that
in-reply-to is an object that can be rendered
instead of just a URL. Neat stuff.
Created templates to simplify installing a website, this is a big deal in my opinion. Really good for new technical people, maybe even non-tech.
Learned about IndieAuth, wrote Okta integration, lots of documentation.
Used IPFS to store webmention data for static websites.
Jackie Jamieson and David Shanske
Yarns microsub server: improved feed search speed and results. Also improved webmentions on own site.
Interoperability with many federated social services
Changed Aperature to have feed naming. Also updated how posts look on personal site, color background based on tags :0
Opened an issue on Xray for making links nicer when replying.
Starting a design system, opened another repo to learn linting/testing.
Helping everyone at the Summit. Worked on a post for accessibility and started a blog section on their site for self-hosting content.
June 27-28 2020 is the 10th Annual Summit.
Starts on Twitch at 1h 10m 30s
This was also posted to /en/indieweb.