Remember the old 80x15 badges we used to put on our websites? I just updated our IndieWebCamp badge with the new logo! You can use this on your own site by copying the HTML below! Feel free to download the image and host it yourself too. IndieWebCamp Why not add a...
Man, I'm not gonna be able to make it. 🙁 I will be at IWC though! Let me know if there is anything I can do remotely to help prep.
We’ll miss you at HWC! No worries about IWC planning. I think Jonathan and I have all the space prep, item fetching, and food-planning locked down. We can coordinate features to demo Saturday morning in -meta.
All of this certainty will probably go out the window next Monday when the event is looming. :}
Participants should bring an SD card with at least 2GB of free space and a way to take notes. Folks interested in hands-on time with editing are encouraged to bring a laptop with the Audacity audio editing software (http://www.audacityteam.org/) installed. Finally, to save, time, everyone is encouraged to create a SoundCloud account (https://soundcloud.com/) as well as an Apple ID (https://www.apple.com/shop/account/home) if you don’t have them already.
Marty and Jonathan discuss the security practices of M&T Bank Stadium, the home of the Baltimore Ravens. Jonathan talks about the long list of items prohibited from entering the stadium and his attempt to sneak a few of those items into the game.
This post also appeared on IndieNews. Last night I hit publish on version 1.0.0 of a new project, lazymention! Whoohoo! tl;dr: lazymention exists to add Webmention support to static sites! To elaborate a little bit, I developed lazymention because I had a problem with this site: I wanted to send outbound Webmentions when I link to things, but my website...
Congrats! Lazymention looks great! I recently fixed up my site to properly send WebSub notifications to begin building exactly something like lazymention, so I look forward to WebSub support!
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