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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.

zylstra.org/blog/2019/09/9539/

In a little over a week Amsterdam takes place: Sat 28/9 unconference sessions on all things Sun 29/9 building your own next step on the IndieWeb. Free registration link and more info at indieweb.org/2019/Amsterdam

Join Amsterdam on 28/29 Sept! Take the web into your own hands, your identity, your creations and content, your interaction. more info indiewebcamp.nl register at eventbrite.com/e/indiewebcamp-

Gezocht in Amsterdam: ruimte voor op 28 en 29 september.
Benodigd 3 ruimten (1 max 35, 2 max 10-12), waarvan de grotere op beide dagen, de anderen alleen de 1e dag. Budget: liefst gesponsord door gebruiker v.d. ruimte(s). Bijv. kantoor/vergaderruimtes tech-gelieerd bedrijf?
zylstra.org/blog/2019/07/7723/

@jeannie Hi Jeannie, am also interested in making more accessible documentation (English but also in Dutch / German). In part because I hope it will increase my own understanding when I try to explain things to others. My wife (who's deep into WP) is my test subject in this case.

When I said "I read feeds by social distance" at last week's unconference, ppl asked what I meant and how that looked. So I blogged it in more detail. zylstra.org/blog/2019/06/feed-

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