snarfed/bridgy (GitHub)
bridgy - Bridgy pulls comments and likes from social networks back to your web site. You can also use it to publish your posts to those networks.
snarfed/bridgy – feature request: backfeed for status changes

I would like bridgy to backfeed status changes so that POSSE’d issues can capture the full lifecycle of an issue.

Looks like there are tons of events:

  • vital:
    • closed
      The issue was closed by the actor. When the commit_id is present, it identifies the commit that closed the issue using “closes / fixes #NN” syntax.
    • reopened
      The issue was reopened by the actor.
    • assigned
      The issue was assigned to the actor.
    • unassigned
      The actor was unassigned from the issue.
    • renamed
      The issue title was changed.
  • important:
    • marked_as_duplicate
    • unmarked_as_duplicate
    • labeled
    • unlabeled
    • milestoned
    • demilestoned
    • locked
    • unlocked
    • review_dismissed
    • review_requested
    • review_request_removed
  • useful?:
    • referenced
    • mentioned
cleverdevil/together (GitHub)
The together project: an IndieWeb experience
If a syndication method goes away, there is no way to turn it off. Facebook was removed from bridgy-publish, and apparently I had every syndication method turned on. The result is Facebook is permanently turned on, because the checkbox is not shown.

Thanks, Facebook.

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Homebrew Website Club – Seattle Area – July 25th

Homebrew Website Club Logo by Malcolm Blaney

Are you building your own website? Indie reader? Personal publishing web app? Or some other digital magic-cloud proxy? If so, come on by and join a gathering of people with likeminded interests. Bring your friends who want to start a personal web site. Exchange information, swap ideas, talk shop, help work on a project…

Everyone of every level is welcome to participate! Don’t have a domain yet? Come along and someone can help you get started and provide resources for creating the site you’ve always wanted.

Homebrew Website Club Meetup – Seattle Area

Time:  to

KCLS Federal Way Library
34200 1st Way South, Meeting Room 1,
Federal Way, WA

  • 5:30 – 6:30 pm (Pacific): (Optional) Quiet writing hour
    Use this time to work on your project, ask for help, chat, or do some writing before the meeting.
  • 6:30 – 7:30 pm (Pacific): Meetup

Code of Conduct