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It really is pretty sad and shameful. Such a missed opportunity, too. I must say, I've been so impressed with how the Indieweb community has been explaining the need for CoCs on the wiki, including responses for common objections, questions, and more. https://indieweb.org/code-of-conduct-why

 

A huge congratulations to @GetSource, who I had the absolute pleasure of working with for 6+ years. Great hire for @GoDaddy. I hope you get a chance to work on features for @WordPress! Best of luck. I'm sure you'll knock it out of the park. ๐Ÿ˜€

https://twitter.com/GetSource/status/1047223678218383362

 

Thanks to @CultOfMac for their article on using Indiepaper with Micro.blog!

https://twitter.com/cultofmac/status/1031994389915152384

 

I have started to think of Micro.blog as a wonderful discovery and aggregation service for the IndieWeb. It fits neatly into my Microsub reader, enables me to find new people to follow and interact with, and integrates perfectly with my website through Webmentions. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

 

That said, there has never been a better time to join the and Micro.blog has made it easier than ever before. I canโ€™t recommend it enough.

 

My goal? Get people off of Facebook completely, and back onto the open web, where they're in control. I highly recommend Micro.blog as a great place to land! Using https://github.com/cleverdevil/ditchbook, you can even move your data ๐Ÿ˜€

 

Listened to Episode 335: Kind Of A Challenge For Newcomers

Daniel and Manton catch up after traveling to Portland and Chicago, respectively. Manton reflects on the IndieWeb Summit and the inspiration he took away from that event. They talk about learning to balance โ€œbusiness emergenciesโ€ with other obligations, and other indie business skills. Finally, they respond to Appleโ€™s new Maps announcements, and whether Appleโ€™s stance on privacy is an excuse for poor user experiences.

By Core Intuition

 

Indiepaper for macOS

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Indiepaper LogoIndieWeb Summit 2018ย took place a few weeks ago in Portland, OR, and my project on day two was to create a service called Indiepaper, which is a "read it later" service for the IndieWeb. Indiepaper makes use ofย Mercury by Postlight Labsย under the hood to extract article content and then publish it to a Micropubย destination for later reading. Indiepaper is open sourceย and is deployed on AWS Lambdaย using the Zappa framework. The Indiepaper websiteย includes a tool to create a Bookmarklet for your web browser, and a Workflow for iOS that adds system-wide support for sending links to Indiepaper.

In order to make Indiepaper even easier to use, I created Indiepaper for macOS, which adds system-wide sharing support for Indiepaper to macOS. Here is a quick video demo of Indiepaper for macOS in action. Indiepaper for macOS is also open source, so feel free to poke around in the source code, and submit pull requests if you have improvements!

 
 

I whipped up a quick plugin for @WithKnown to publish GitHub issues and comments on your own site, with automatic syndication to GitHub via Bridgy โ€“ย https://github.com/cleverdevil/Known-GitHub

 
 
 
 

Sad to be missing out on IndieWeb Karaoke, but enjoying a lovely dinner with the fam in beautiful Portland. Worth it ๐Ÿ˜€

 
 

Just demoed Indiepaper, my read-it-later service for the IndieWeb. Check it out - https://indiepaper.cleverdevil.io

 

Pretty pleased with my project for IndieWeb Summit 2018! I'll announce during demos ๐Ÿ˜€

 

Headed to LAX for our family flight to Portland. IndieWeb Summit and a little R

 

It has been a crazy few weeks! I am looking forward to heading to Portland on Monday for some much-needed time off, and for IndieWeb Summit 2018.