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Johan Bové

Camp West is ongoing this weekend: https://indieweb.org/2020/West
Schedule with presentations: https://indieweb.org/2020/West/Schedule

Johan Bové

Had that dream again where teleportation is a thing within the indieweb community.

Johan Bové

Augmented my Known site with the integration of (Publish Elsewhere, Syndicate on Your Own Site) through originating from @Feedly and @Pocket.

Johan Bové

Seems like "going Indieweb" has given my online presence a huge boost by checking out the search results looking up myself;

Johan Bové

You know what I really ❤️ about the is how all documentation and communication between the enthusiasts is so well organised and perfectly made available for future reference and it all is linked up really well together. You can keep up-to-date with the latest info by simply visiting the IRC chat logs from time to time. cf. https://chat.indieweb.org/meta/2019-10-21#bottom

Johan Bové

You can find me also on Matrix (@matrixdotorg) - my profile: https://matrix.to/#/@jbove:matrix.org

Johan Bové

Funny how a simple T-shirt, albeit uniquely designed and in limited supply, actually kick-started me to invest - more - spare time to contribute to the open-source development of the CMS project.

Johan Bové

A couple of months I've gone "Indie" with most of my software setup. Using as my ONLY browser and for reading email and keeping a calendar. The calendar and contacts server is self-hosted and syncs with Sabre's . My social-media platform and CMS is - which I'm also actively supporting. The community is fantastic!

Johan Bové

Activated Github POSSE publishing through https:/brid.gy on my site.

Johan Bové

I'm enjoying my "Indieweb" enabled site as it allows to post my Tweets first on a platform I own and then republish to Twitter etc. Webmentions are also pretty cool as they allow to interact with other posts from my own site and the reactions show up on their site and mine. I can even use my own site to authenticate to multiple services. The movement gives me hope that there will be more to the Internet than corporate silos alone.