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OAuth has become the de facto standard for authorization and authentication on the web. Nearly every company with an API used by third party developers has implemented OAuth to enable people to build apps on top of it. While OAuth is a great framework for this, the way it has ended up being used is much more centralized and closed...
★ Favorited https://ascraeus.org/being-the-change-isn-t-enough/
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Was involved in a pretty dispiriting discourse on the indieweb irc channels earlier in the week. The specific issue of contention was the use of .io domains, and why you really shouldn’t do that, but the terms and process of the debate (such as it was) followed the standard path for seemingly all such discourse in recent years. please don’t...
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Somehow on today’s show we end up waxing nostalgic about the Sci-Fi of youth: namely, Babylon 5 and Star Trek: The Next Generation. But don’t worry, there’s also plenty to look forward to, such as throwing off the shackles of our corporate web overlords and embracing the scrappy technology of the IndieWeb. (Recent rebel activity was spotted on the surface...

Fun episode! Thanks for the shout out about 🕸💍!

Currently signing up requires a full on IndieAuth setup, which can be done with an extra template. I plan to add support for RelMeAuth soon, thanks to indielogin.com!

Replied to https://ramblinggit.com/2018/07/the-indieweb-discovery-and-web-search/
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First, let me say, I understand that the IndieWeb movement already has a lot on their plate and that they have already accomplished a lot. It seems to me, at some point, the problem of commercial silos of web search engines must be addressed since 1. a near monopoly is held by Google, 2. both spidering engines (Google and Bing)...

A major missing feature from the Big search engines is that they don’t bother understanding the richer microformats2 content on many IndieWeb enabled sites. Data like “this a like of that post” and “this is a reply to some other post”.

Ryan Barrett did some great exploratory work last year on a microformats2-enabled crawler and on the resulting data set: http://indiemap.org/

Thanks to our wonderful guests Kelly Buttermore and Justin Peters for keeping this light on this week’s [We Have to Ask Podcast](https://wehavetoask.com/!


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Marty and Jonathan venture outside of the local brews this week. They have brought in experts of light beer. Why do people still lean towards this beer at pubs? Marty and Jonathan get to the bottom of it.
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There may be a webring revival afoot.  Webrings had their heyday back in the 1990’s.  Good search engines, like Google helped make them redundant.  Fear of Google, the decline and fall of free hosted websites like Geocities helped kill them off. Yahoo ruining Webring.org didn’t help either. I was a Ringmaster of several webrings on the old HTML code Webring.org. ...

This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • June 23rd - 29th, 2018

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Recaps from the 8th annual IndieWeb Summit, Indigenous and Aperture open to the public, and announcing IndieWebCamp Berlin 2018. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for June 23rd - 29th, 2018.

You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your favorite podcast app here: martymcgui.re/podcasts/indieweb/.

Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project: Day 85 - Suit, Day 48 - Glitch, Day 49 - Floating, Day 9, and Day 11

Thanks to everyone in the IndieWeb chat for their feedback and suggestions. Please drop me a note if there are any changes you’d like to see for this audio edition!

I use the ISBNs on my site to generate links to WorldCat, which lets you search library catalogs for local copies of books you can check out!

Example: https://martymcgui.re/2018/06/19/185949/

★ Favorited https://eddiehinkle.com/2018/07/02/18/article/
Indigenous v1.0 is in the App Store! (Indigenous Development Log #3)
So achieved my goal of release version 1.0 of Indigenous in the iOS App Store before the end of June! The catch? It didn’t have all the features I wanted to get in and it still has some random weird bugs I need to work through. But I set a pre-order date in the App Store and just kept working...