Personally I am doing some rather more complex stuff where I author notes using @-names, which get parsed by @cassisjs into
.h-x-username twitter.com-linked anchors, then I transform those into
.h-card’s with data either from my contacts DB (at the mo mirrored from my personal CardDAV share) or from the identengine.com API for people I don’t know. Then all the links in a note get sent pingbacks.
Fat chance of twitter implementing that though ;)
Chris Messina tbh I prefer to have actual discussions with people over IRC or hangout or other such medium, and use my website as a destination for solidified results of those discussions, and a broadcast medium to include others too. So I'd love to hear your comments on stuff I’ve said, perhaps in #indiewebcamp on freenode? :)
Demo post from @indiewebcampUK — showing off my crappy posting UI. Woo!
Hah! IndieWebCamp group animated gif:
Damn, first I was typing
git pish, now it’s
gut push… Third time lucky! @ #indiewebcamp
Just catching up with the bits of #indiewebcamp I missed due to the time difference. Thankfully, the wiki is great, with every session getting a page and an etherpad.
Coming up with loads of positive reasons for the #indieweb at #indiewebcamp https://etherpad.mozilla.org/indiewebcamp-mrx
Just had a load of nutters join the #indiewebcamp G+ hangout. Lots of loud music and groaning. Not Nice.
“When you treat any ATOM feed as an activitystream, there are a LOT out there” #indieweb #indiewebcamp