Next up: cleaning code, implementing likes, distilling learnt knowledge into diagrams, code.
Checked into the new Vísar HQ to join in #indiewebcampsf hack day a little late — working on lots of little fixes, timezones on my posts first up!
Posting this note from barnabywalters.bit — been experimenting with namecoin, got .bit domains resolving on my machine by following instructions namecoin.bitcoin-contact.org, installed namecoin wallet on my VPS and registered a name, pointed it at my web server.
Surprisingly it was a fairly straightforward process. The most difficult part was getting hold of some namecoin to register names with — I ended up trading some of my DOGE for NMC on vircurex.com.
@voxpelli thanks for the links, auphonic looks like a great service! Certainly going to look into using that for automating stuff like audio encoding.
Soundcloud down or broken too often now. Time to implement #indieweb audio posting UI in #taproot.
@aaronpk and accepting a reply from the same UI :) This calls for cake — going to have a go at those cookie recipes you posted!
Reflecting on 2013 with my #family. Biggest things personally have been making my second #gurdy, moving to Iceland and meeting+working with all the great people over here. Lots of #indieweb and #taproot progress, including a great indiewebcamp in September.
Looking forward to 2014: more cooking, more indieweb progress, seeing more of Iceland, going to some gurdy festivals, improving hardware hacking abilities, connecting my gurdy and other devices to the web and each other.
The other detail added to #taproot: #indieweb phoning via SIP and a “Call Me” button. On desktop devices you’ll see it on my homepage in the Elsewhere section. Clicking it on a WebRTC-enabled browser will start an audio call with me if I’m logged into a SIP client.
Next: using a Tropo app as a middleman for providing voicemail transcription and local numbers, improving/providing mobile UI.