Let's come together to discuss using our websites to host, post, share, and store sensitive data, including medical records, habit logs, personal media files, and private writing.
What are the use cases for posting sensitive data on your own website? What plumbing is needed to host and s...
The prospect of being able to limit access to some of my posts is appealing. I encounter this most often when I want to post photos that include the faces of family members. But it is also true of some “stream” posts that I might like to syndicate to another site, such as micro.blog but which I don’t necessary want to include on my public-facing WordPress site. It is quite possible that there are means of achieving both of these goals as well as others without incorporating any new technologies–I’m still getting the hang of “basic” IndieWeb functions–but I am interested in what more experienced folks have to say about this!
I’ll be hosting a Domain of One’s Own meetup on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at at 9:00 AM Pacific / 12:00 PM Eastern / 6:00 PM CEST. Everyone who is interested in the topic is welcome to attend.
We expect there will be students, teachers, designers, web developers, technologists, and people of a...
Chris, I’m looking forward to attending. Thank you for organizing this event!
I’m looking forward to attending this session offered by Chris Aldrich and David Shanske. I have already learned a lot from both of them through their blog posts, video recordings, and help in the Indieweb Slack channels.
I’m particularly interested in the following:
- Post Kinds, Format, Categories, and Tags. I know each of these are in fact different and serve different purposes inside of WordPress. But I’m interested in understanding the distinctions between them especially in terms of how people have used them to organize their posts.
- Syndicating to Twitter. I’m interested in the cleanest way to post to Twitter from my WordPress block. I don’t intend to share every post on Twitter but I’ve had mixed results with some of the methods that I’ve seen described by other Indieweb folks.
I’ll be hosting a Domain of One’s Own meetup on Thursday, July 23, 2020 at at 10:30 AM Pacific / 1:30 PM Eastern / 7:30 PM CEST. Everyone who is interested in the topic is welcome to attend. We expect there will be students, teachers, designers, web developers, technologists, and people of all a...
Chris Aldrich, a very approachable and helpful person involved who is active on the Indieweb Slack Channel and whose WordPress site has been a very helpful model for my own, invited me to participate in an event: A Domain of One’s Own Meetup on July 23, 2020. This is a topic that I have long been interested in learning more about. As an adjunct instructor in undergraduate and graduate programs at a university serving pre-service teachers and educational technologists, I’m keen to see models of how I could incorporate DoOO in my courses.