Earlier, aral wittily quipped:
The CMS I use for my personal sites is called a file system. You might have heard of it. #indieweb
I disagree with this premise. Useful and easy as filesystems are, without a wrapper like Jekyll they don’t manage content (resources), they manage representations (typically HTML).
laurakalbag you mean you spend time doing… reverse spam filtering?! Doesn’t that negate the usefulness of spam filters completely? Personally I am inclined against leaving comments on other sites anyway, it may keep conversations in the same place but it fragments my identity. Hence developing Own Your Comments
I updated my Web Actions spec/document with better terminology and examples: http://waterpigs.co.uk/articles/web-actions/
benward heh, or not :/ Hopefully this time though. If not I won’t bother you with any more of these tweets :)
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.
Amazed at #HTML+, which had
audio form input elements! http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/HTMLPlus/htmlplus_41.html
Anna Debenham perhaps that will help shut some of the “same old faces” complainers up
“WebApp vs WebPage is about who is in charge: A WebApp controls its content while content controls a WebPage”