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Tags: IndieWeb


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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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Reply to: ONLINE: Homebrew Website Club Europe/London

This week’s HWC was nice as always with interesting topics! Especially the topic about sustainable websites was interesting. My VPS provider uses renewable energy and I also try to make my site use as less resources as possible, by using no custom fonts and writing minimal CSS and HTML. Images also get optimized and resized automatically on upload.

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"Why I started microblogging"

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Bryan Sebesta shares his reasons for microblogging: I often run across things that I’d like to share but don’t deserve their own post. Outside of Twitter, how do I share it? A microblog creates a space for that.. It becomes […] “a way for me to put everything I do online that is visually small — anything small enough not to require scrolling: quotes, links, images, audio files — in one place, and a place on my own site.”

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