I sang Flight of the Conchords “Business Time” and Jimmy Eat World “Sweetness.” The latter was synced poorly so messed me up, unfortunately.
So, um, I sang karaoke for the first time ever last night. I am as surprised as you. It was a private room so that made it a lot easier.
I'm not attending, unfortunately.
Want to read: Testing
Want to read: Testing
♫ I always feel like some Chris Aldrich is watching me . . .
@kylewmahan o/ I hear you're on the #IWS2017 livestream!
I don’t think my wording was clear. I meant that criteria was intended for use at a large scale, to estimate how many domains we might classify as “indieweb.” I don’t think it was meant to be applied on an individual personal site to determine whether or not it counts as part of the IndieWeb. Plenty of people have personal websites and have never heard of indieweb.org or implemented mf2/webmention/micropub. They’re still part of the IndieWeb as far as I’m concerned. They just haven’t self-identified with the community.
@Marty: This is that security at Standing Rock session I was talking about: https://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/2017/sessions/security-resistance-camps-lessons-standing-rock
http://websub.rocks 1: Testing your Publisher
Have had a productive day and really good Portland noms so far at IndieWeb Leaders Summit!
I’m attending the 2017 IndieWeb Leaders Summit.
“consider a page part of the IndieWeb if it has a microformats2 class or advertizes a webmention or micropub endpoint.”
If I'm remembering correctly, I believe that quote originated from Ryan when he was trying to find criteria to estimate how many indieweb sites are out there. I don't think it was meant to be a litmus test for whether one is indieweb or not.
When I send a WebSub notification (previously known as PubSubHubbub) for my Atom feed, the whitespace around links appears collapsed, so linked words run up against words around them. The feed is https://gregorlove.com/articles.atom. You can see this in Feedly with recent posts in my feed.
For this post, though (https://gregorlove.com/2017/05/ten-years-on/) I neglected to send a WebSub publish notification, so it appears Feedly did a regular poll of the feed and handled the whitespace correctly. It appears it's only for WebSub publish notifications that Feedly collapses the whitespace like this.