gRegorLove little g big R

It would make you a perjurer and thus clearly disqualified for the Supreme Court.

https://twitter.com/MattWalshBlog/status/1046052917403365377


Want to read: Almost Everything: Notes on Hope by Anne Lamott (ISBN 9780525537441)


I attendedIndieWeb Pre-XOXO Meetup


gRegor Morrill

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I know you didn’t mention h-event, but one cool (I’m biased :) consumer for h-event converts to iCalendar. https://github.com/gRegorLove/mf2-to-iCalendar. I use it on my site’s calendar page and a few client sites.


Tom MacWright

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heck, with http://wordpress.org support h-entry, there are gazillions of sites on the internet with its microformats markup. is anyone doing anything with it? as far as i can tell, not really.

I know you didn’t mention h-event, but one cool (I’m biased :) consumer for h-event converts to iCalendar. https://github.com/gRegorLove/mf2-to-iCalendar. I use it on my site’s calendar page and a few client sites.



bletchley punk

bletchley punk on twitter.com

read an unfortunate blog post featuring the sentence "I’m philosophically on the left, practically speaking I’m a centrist" and I want to l e a v e

I read that post and as soon as I hit “centrist” I said, “well, there’s your problem right there.”


gRegor Morrill

gRegor Morrill on gregorlove.com

Being corrected may not feel comfortable and maybe you (general you) aren't used to thinking so closely about what you say, but these discomforts reflect our privilege and pale in comparison to the harm/hurt done to marginalized.

I think the XOXO community has been great about correcting people in a way that gives them room to grow -- as long as we're willing to listen, learn, and grow (vs. brushing it off and repeating the mistakes willfully)


gRegor Morrill

gRegor Morrill on gregorlove.com

Respectfully, it sounds like you're centering the fun *for you* over the harm/hurt that can be done to the marginalized, even by well-intentioned people.

Being corrected may not feel comfortable and maybe you (general you) aren't used to thinking so closely about what you say, but these discomforts reflect our privilege and pale in comparison to the harm/hurt done to marginalized.


Isaac Weinhausen

Isaac Weinhausen on twitter.com

I witnessed this happen on multiple occasions, during talks, at meetups, and online in Slack. You have to watch so carefully what you say, that the fun kinda gets lost.

Respectfully, it sounds like you're centering the fun *for you* over the harm/hurt that can be done to the marginalized, even by well-intentioned people.


#xoxofest met and exceeded my high expectations. The community is such a great group of creative, friendly, supportive people. And I left with only one new domain: http://munchsquad.club


I think it's a good sign when walking into the XOXO venue they're playing one of my favorite bands, @MUTEMATH.

It's also been a great day around Portland and meeting people. Y'all are so friendly and cool!


Matt Lee

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@gRegorLove apparently I had you blocked. Apologies!

No worries! I felt weird bringing it up so wasn't going to. Guess @t did. :)


Bekah “Infinity” Stone

Bekah “Infinity” Stone on twitter.com

I’m alive to upset Calvinist boys

One could say you were predestined to.


Want to read: White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo (ISBN 9780807047415)


♫ It feels good to be a gangsta

@ Hungry Horse Dam, Montana


Currently reading: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (ISBN 9780553459388)


Throwback to 2014 when I met and pet a reindeer on a leash in Seward, Alaska.


Ooh, that’s quite a deal, United!


Want to read: How to Survive a Shipwreck: Help Is on the Way and Love Is Already Here by Jonathan Martin (ISBN 9780310347972)


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