On wanting to escape the lock-in the WP Post Kinds plugin causes by lifting the key piece of info and core building block of the web, the hyperlink to the thing I'm reacting to outside the body of the posting.
De problemen die @frankmeeuwsen en ik hebben met de Post Kinds plugin blijken ook een vorm van lock-in. Eens op kauwen hoe ik dat ongedaan maak.
I created a proof of concept of a booklist in OPML, both human and machine readable, that can point to other people's lists as well for discovery.
Matching my ideal feed reader functionalities with IndieWeb components, to see if that shows a potential path to creating it, or remixing it from building blocks others created.
Turns out there's a downloadable WP plugin for speakerstack.net that sends PDF to ConvertAPI and puts the returned jpgs per slide in a Slick slider to present them onscreen.
Some reflection on yesterdays IndieWeb conversation about wikis.
I got featured in the Micro Monday podcast by Micro.blog's @macgenie, in which I briefly talk about blogging, birthday unconferences, #IndieWeb etc. https://monday.micro.blog/2019/11/11/ton-zylstra-aka.html
Op #DojoConNL van @CoderDojoNL gaf ik afgelopen zaterdag een presentatie over wanneer maken als een superkracht voelt, en de morele verantwoordelijkheden van een #maker Mijn werk aan Impact door Connectie met @wijzijnfers was het startpunt https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2019/11/handelingsvermogen-in-en-met-je-omgeving-coderdojo-conferentie-2019/ #creativecommons #techpledge #indieweb
Human life expectancy is ~80. A company's life expectancy ~15 yrs. When companies disappear they will take your data down with them. You can use platforms for reach and collaboration, but also having your own 'mothership' to host your original material is ~5x as sustainable. #indieweb
Taking a stroll through archive.org I realised it has my old 2003-2008 postings on a different URL in Dutch and Germany, and 33 postings on energy transition from 2004-2006. Now contemplating to bring them 'home', so I have all content in my main blog. #indieweb
This is a good observation. In my mind Flickr for instance isn't about sharing per se, but I see it as an off-site archive next to my photo archive on my laptop and a NAS at home. That it allows for easy re-use of those images in my own site is an added bonus. Will need to write a bit about my own thoughts from this session too.
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