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Mon May 8
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Homebrew Website Club Baltimore May 10, 2017
Join us for an evening of quiet writing, wiki editing, IndieWeb demos and discussions!
I'm going!

Homebrew Website Club Baltimore returns this Wednesday! Spend some time on your website instead of the Twitters and FBs and Instas.

Sat May 6

Celebrating the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture​ Race with the special two-day-only beer! Yes, it is 9am, why do you ask?

Tue May 2
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Super jazzed to be doing a LIVE We Have to Ask Podcast on Friday May 19th as part of the 2nd Annual Baltimore Podcast Festival!

Come tell Jonathan and I what our podcast should be about as we interview special guest Caroline Yates!

Wed Apr 19

HWC Baltimore 2017-04-19 Wrap-Up

Baltimore's April 2017 meetup for Homebrew Website Club met at the Digital Harbor Foundation Tech CenterΒ on April 19th.

Notes from the "broadcast" portion of the meetup.

brianey.com – Been working on some content based on personal notes, which he takes all the time, about things like stuff he's read, etc. Thought about turning ~5 of his notes at a time into monthly lists, but has been writing a lot. Might be more like each note becomes a paragraph-long post. He also manages a newsletter that usually covers one topic, but might automate these new "listy" posts into a collection for the newsletter.

jonathanprozzi.net – Been working on a longer content post, part two of a series that started in March about creativity and code and his personal learning journey. Wants to keep up with post-a-week challenge. Started capturing ideas because he tends to forget topics if he doesn't get started on them. Doesn't want to have long spans of time between posts, so needs a system to keep track of posting as he gets too busy to take big chunks of time.

martymcgui.re – Been working on cleaning up cruft in his site implementation, not a lot of publicly visible stuff. Also been thinking a lot about things that stop him from posting, like not being able to easily syndicate posts while on mobile, and thinking of plans to make it easier. Tonight worked on the first part of supporting micropub edits for his site by working on source queries.

We also had a good discussion about how folks track their projects, keep ongoing notes, nudge themselves to make progress, and more. We talked about tools like Google Calendar and Tasks, laverna.cc, "GTD", and more that I forgot to write down.

Left-to-right: jonathanprozzi.net, mysterious air plant, brianey.com, martymcgui.re

We hope that you'll join us for the next HWC Baltimore on May 10th back here at the Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center! It's an "Off-Week" for the usual HWC schedule. After that we're back on track with another "On-Week" HWC on May 31st!

Thu Apr 13
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Homebrew Website Club Baltimore Apr 19, 2017
Join us for an evening of quiet writing, wiki editing, IndieWeb demos and discussions!
I'm going!

Homebrew Website Club Baltimore on April 19, 2017 at Digital Harbor Foundation from 6:30pm to 8:30pm! Come on out and work on your website!

Wed Oct 19
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Group photo for HWC Baltimore 1019!

Sat Sep 24

Enjoying the Baltimore Book Festival with Amy and Kim. Taking a rest next to Seuss’s Monster. (Seuss was the Dr.)

Enjoying the Baltimore Book Festival with Amy and Kim. Taking a rest next to Seuss’s Monster. (Seuss was the Dr.)

Wed Sep 21

HWC Baltimore 9/21 Wrap-Up

Baltimore's first Homebrew Website Club met up at the Digital Harbor Foundation Tech CenterΒ on 9/21/2016. We had a nice quiet writing hour followed by some quick introductions (since we already knew one another) and lots of chatting about projects, first steps, and indieweb in general.

Notes from the "broadcast" portion of the meetup:

Marty McGuire (co-organizer)

  • Starting up HWC Baltimore
  • Made style changes to improve contrast for reading

Jonathan Prozzi (co-organizer)

  • Got Jekyll working with GitHub Pages
  • Now also able to run and compile locally
  • Now working on getting personal domain and hosting

Shawn Grimes (Executive Director of DHF)

  • Working on a tool called FabHive that manages multiple 3D printers on a network.
  • Making progress on a feature to expose underlying Octoprint UI for individual printers.

It wouldn't be an HWC without a photo, so here is our selfie!

Left to right: Jonathan, Shawn, Marty

We had a great chat and look forward to more progress on projects, more good discussion, and more interested folks at the next one. We hope you'll join us next month on 10/19!

It’s the first meeting of Homebrew Website Club Baltimore!

Quiet writing hour starts now. Come work on your website, blog post, list of hopes and dreams, etc.

Show & Tell and discussion starts at 6:30pm