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Johan Bové

@jbaert Ben een fan. Kende je het Indieweb eigenlijk al? Een intro: https://indiewebify.me/

Johan Bové

@MrChuckD Thank you for adding good reasons to join the movement: https://indieweb.org/

Johan Bové

Welcome to the IndieWeb Tomáš! Cool set up.

Johan Bové

Thanks for the write-up on the Indieweb principles Desmond. Looking forward to the other posts in the series.
I did notice that the initial link to your previous post is not working. It seems the URL is wrong. Shouldn't it be this: https://desmondrivet.com/2019/12/08/intro-to-indie-web ?

Johan Bové

@CharlieRoseMari This is really cool. Going to try to set Indieweb PESOS up with my Pocket account as well. Thanks for sharing the explanation and the idea.

Johan Bové

James Tomasino wrote about his experience with implementing Webmentions on his Gopher blog.
To bridge my webmention from HTTP to Gopher, I'm web-mentioning his post through the Floodgap Gopher proxy. If you're using Lynx or another Gopher-capable browser, open his post here: gopher://gopher.black:70/phlog/20191223-webmentions-and-microsub

Johan Bové

Replied to a post on realize.be :

Mooie presentatie over het IndieWeb @swentel!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l9F2tZZy_k&feature=youtu.be

Johan Bové

@IndieScripter @ChrisAldrich 's website is a work of art and has been really inspiring for my IndieWeb setup. Actually the Indieweb community in general is super nice and helpful.

Johan Bové

Replied to a post on rak.ac :

Hi Ryan, First of all, congratulations with your blog and gopher site / hole.

I discovered your writings just today on "republic". It's pretty cool how you managed to create and syndicate your notes and posts from Gopher to the WWW, and I was therefor wondering if you had heard of the Indieweb before? I think that on the wiki at https://indieweb.org you'll find lot of like-minded people and some introductions to indieweb tools likes webmentions and how to syndicate your content to other platforms if you wanted to.

In regard to "email tracking"; for commercial publishers this is their bread-and-butter, without knowing the statistics on how many readers and visitors their sites have, they can't convince new business to invest with them. So I'm afraid email tracking will be here for a long time still. Some publishers do offer a txt-only variant of their newsletters, and when they do, I opt in for that. And I avoid any tracking query parameters for any linked content.

Johan Bové

@iandevlin I feel your pain. Why don't you try something different? Like twtxt?
> twtxt is a decentralised, minimalist microblogging service for hackers.
https://indieweb.org/twtxt