Jan-Lukas Else

Thoughts of an IT expert

Tags: IndieWeb


Why blog at all? (and indieblog.page)

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What a coincidence: I was just thinking about why I blog at all, when I saw a post from Andreas Gohr in my feed reader with the announcement of indieblog.page. Cool site to discover blogs!

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What the Facebook outage shows

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It’s remarkable that when Facebook is offline for a few hours, panic seems to break out everywhere.

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Now that I have the option to publish posts without them showing up in the feed for everyone, I can finally use my blog to comment on other IndieWeb sites and send webmentions without annoying my followers. Now my blog is really a complete Twitter replacement for me.

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James is printing his webmentions with a thermal printer, so cool!

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“An IndieWeb Recipe”

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Like of: An IndieWeb Recipe

Mrs D wrote a fantastic poem about the IndieWeb:

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A decentralized social network based on WordPress

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I got a webmention from Alexander Kirk, mentioning one of my recent posts.

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A solution for social media?

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Sometimes I find it quite interesting to read through articles that I wrote three or four years ago, back then still on the platform Medium. Some time ago I deleted them on Medium and published them on my blog in a “Medium Archive”.

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“Start a blog”

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James Van Dyne reminds to start a blog:

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Reply to: IndieWebCamp East

I will participate at least partially in the IndieWebCamp East. Probably only “in the forenoon”, because I am 6 hours ahead. It is my first IndieWebCamp, I am very excited!

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Things I noticed and a thank you!

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Since migrating my blog to the new CMS, I carefully watch the BunnyCDN logs to see if there are some errors or 404s somewhere. It’s looking good so far. Two days ago, I found an issue with the routing of paths that included an encoded character (such as ü or ä), but I found an easy workaround for this. Another thing I noticed by looking at the logs is the number of requests to the feeds on this website.

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