HWC Seattle October 17 meeting notes

Tim http://timswast.com

  • runs a separate command to generate micro.blog feed and resizes image, 1/3 of the way

Doug https://dougbeal.com

  • ✅event posts look bad https://dougbeal.com/2018/10/17/event-posts-gone-bad/ – extra closing div! thanks
  • Enabled Event type (only on settings page so far)
  • next Seattle HWC 2018-11-28

Discussion

Github Actions
Google Cloud Build (used to be container builder) –

  • Dockerfile or custom workflow
  • cpu-seconds (2 hrs a month free)
  • 10gb cloud storage free

Perkeep – https://indieweb.org/Perkeep
cloud service importers
splits jpg into data and metadata, since meta is more likely to be updated

Wassup – Homebrew Website Club – Seattle Area – September 19th

Tim http://timswast.com

  • going to Strange Loop, any indiewebers?
  • Next month inktober/octobit [pixel art]
    • Was manually PESOS’ing to many places
    • Summary post and end of month
    • Experiment with Note kind posts this year for original with pixel art on website
    • #29 Sleep (2016)
  • Command line tool to add note posts to static site.
  • how/why of it(link to post about generation)
  • gh-pages, dat

Steve https://stevestreza.com

  • static site generator
  • git -> webhook -> diff of changes to send it out
  • scrapped aws.lambda, now nodejs in docker
  • up and running and powered by telegram (texting app)
  • micropub endpoint (bare bones, supports Quill)
  • text posts through Quill working
  • * working on Photo posts (instagram style)
  • * was hoping for working by Sounders game tonight
  • markdown
  • runs using memfs, isomorphic git

      Doug https://dougbeal.com

      • next Seattle HWC reserved 2018-10-17
      • indieping.me – network monitoring indieweb style
      • fed.brigy – not working yet
      • non representivie h-card

      slvr

      • running everyone from machine in home
      • static site generator, loop in bash

Homebrew Website Club – Seattle Area – September 19th

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

Location: 
Wayward Coffehouse
,
6417 Roosevelt Way NE, #104,
Seattle, WA

  • 5:00 – 6:00 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.
  • 6:00 – 7:00 pm (Pacific): Meetup

Code of Conduct

https://indieweb.org/code-of-conduct

Homebrew Website Club – Seattle Area – August 8th

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

Location: 
Wayward Coffehouse
,
6417 Roosevelt Way NE, #104,
Seattle, WA

  • 5:00 – 6:00 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.
  • 6:00 – 7:00 pm (Pacific): Meetup

Code of Conduct

https://indieweb.org/code-of-conduct

Webmention.rocks endpoint discovery

WordPress 4.9.7

name status update version
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auto-post-thumbnail active none 3.4.1
bridgy-publish active none 1.4.2
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debug-bar inactive none 0.9
debug-bar-actions-and-filters-addon inactive none 1.5.4
debug-bar-console inactive none 0.3
debug-this inactive none 0.6.1
gutenberg inactive available 3.2.0
hum active none 1.2.2
indieauth active none 3.1.2
indieweb active none 3.3.8
indieweb-press-this active none 1.0.4
jsonfeed inactive none 1.1.2
kint-debugger inactive none 1.2
list-custom-taxonomy-widget active none 4.1
micropub active none 1.4.3
opengraph active none 1.8.1
indieweb-post-kinds active none 3.0.9
post-meta-inspector active none 1.1.1
press-this active none 1.1.1
pushpress inactive none 0.1.9
query-monitor active none 3.1.0
wp-rest-api-log inactive none 1.6.5
semantic-linkbacks active none 3.8.1
shortcode-reference active none 1.0.0
simple-location active none 3.3.8
syndication-links active none 3.4.1
webmention active none 3.8.2
pubsubhubbub active none 3.0.0
wiki-embed active none 1.4.9

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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

Location: 
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

https://indieweb.org/code-of-conduct