Reflecting On IndieWeb Summit: A Start by Tantek ÇelikTantek Çelik

Table of Firefox stickers, pronoun pins, IndieWebCamp & microformats stickers Over a month ago we organized the ninth annual IndieWeb Summit in Portland, Oregon, June 29-30. As frequently happens to organizers, the combination of follow-ups, subsequent holiday, and other events did not allow for muc…

Good to see your recap of IndieWeb Summit, Tantek. It was indeed an excellent event, well run, and exceptionally helpful to me in coming up to speed in the ways of the IndieWeb. I need to get more of my notes into a post too — perhaps the installment plan you’re using will help me there as well.
Testing another nifty IndieWeb service, this time “micropub”, which lets me publish blog posts from client applications like Quill (https://quill.p3k.io). It takes a little setup on my home page and blog, so I need to make sure I get it right. Let’s see if this works (he says, pushing the ‘Post’ button)…

…(seconds later)  Hey, the post appeared here on my blog, and you’re looking at it.  Success! Next step in my road to IndieWeb is using “microsub” and a client like Monocle to keep track of new posts from others in the IndieWeb community.

Check out another recommendation from me on TripAdvisor, this time for Peaked Pies in Whistler, British Columbia.   Loved their delicious Australian style pies…

(Oh, and this is a test of link syndication, another part of my IndieWeb Summit 2019 hack day experimentation.  That means you should see a small TripAdvisor icon (green binoculars) associated with this post.  If you click on that icon you’ll go to the full review on TripAdvisor.com)

Part of my ‘hack day’ project at IndieWeb Summit is getting more IndieWeb protocols working on my blog. This is a test of micropublishing on using Quill (and in this case with the web version on Firefox on Android).
Room service Father’s Day treat ordered up for me by Michael and Camille (from far away). I sure do have marvelous kids! Love you both, always.

(This is a repost from my Instagram account back on Father’s Day, and appears here now as a test of syndicating my Instagram feed via my blog via the magic of OwnYourGram.)

My Bavarian beer hall dinner tonight here in Berlin was "Leberkäse", which means"liver cheese" though it contains neither. Instead it’s corned beef, pork and bacon. And a fried egg on top. And some gravy. Oh, and a beer (of course). Delicious.
My Bavarian beer hall dinner tonight here in Berlin was "Leberkäse", which means"liver cheese" though it contains neither. Instead it’s corned beef, pork and bacon. And a fried egg on top. And some gravy. Oh, and a beer (of course). Delicious.