Here is the wrap-up of @t and @zeldman and others discussing self hosting and links: http://notes.tomhenrich.com/2011/01/own-your-data/ /cc @tommorris #indieweb/
Note that myself and Aaron Parecki are overcoming some of these UX issues with things like Indieweb Reply, syndicated conversations and smart truncenation algorithms.
tommorris yay! I feel honoured you've taken the time to install it on Christmas Day :) So does ferocity send/receive pingbacks? Next step is to stop relying on twitter for reply/notification infrastructure.
tommorris agreed. I am amazed that there is such a consumer culture in such a creative, technically-able community
lkdto how about
rel=me on all your links?
My #indieweb christmas presents to you all are ownership in the form of browser extensions: https://github.com/barnabywalters/own-your-comments https://github.com/barnabywalters/IndieWeb-Reply-Browser-Extension
Jeremy Keith did you see the extension I’ve been working on to empower users to republish content on their own sites? https://github.com/barnabywalters/IndieWeb-Reply-Browser-Extension
Indieweb Reply in action:
SFW blows my mind again:
Are there any indiewebcamp designers who could make some little icon graphics for IndieWeb Reply? Would be a great way to contribute and highly appreciated!
Hijack twitter buttons for your own purposes with my version of Aaron Parecki’s Indieweb Reply extension: https://github.com/barnabywalters/IndieWeb-Reply-Browser-Extension
launcher.io looks like it could be a great #indieweb easy-deploy service https://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/12/launcher-io-launch-and-run-free-open-source-web-applications-in-just-30-seconds-a-webfwd-project/ /via mozhacks
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