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”
tommorris agreed. I am amazed that there is such a consumer culture in such a creative, technically-able community
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
davewiner I disagree that browser makers should “make sure they don’t break bootstrap apps”. They should concentrate on following specs, and markup authors should do the same.
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
If you’re building browser extensions and you’re not using #kango, you’re doing it wrong. Instant OS cross-browser extensions.