Homebrew Website Club
what is the difference between a static site and a dynamic site?
I'd say that a dynamic site runs code on the server, but a static site doesn't
from the user's point of view, a site that is the same every time you go there is static
I'm Stacey, I'm with GoDaddy, and I've been building websites in San Francisco for 23 years
My site is at http://staceydepolo.com/ and it is a minimal as can be, but I got rel="me" working
I used to hate GoDaddy, so they hired people like me to tell them how to behave better
Every business knows they want to be on the web, but nobody has the slightest idea how to do this
If you can see the info from other companies like you, we can advise people on what to do - we want to connect that
I wrote my first HTML browser in 1993 - I blogged before it was called blogging.
I have 20,000 outbound links from my blog and most of them are dead and I want to fix that
this is where my hashing stuff at http://svgur.com/dweb?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsvgur.com%2Fi%2F80.svg comes in
we are no longer in place where we have self contained documents
I also helped Dan Gillmor get his old sites static and working again http://citmedia.org/ and
how many people here have been twitter verified? (only @film_girl) - who else wants it?
I also made a distributed verification tool to show rel-me links on my site kevinmarks.com it shows ticks
I also made a browser plugin to do this everywhere
verification was a media outreach thing or a celebrity thing, now anyone can ask for it
you used to have to lock your profile once verified and reverify if you changed it, but you could change emails
I wouldn't put a brand in my twitter handle - I know better
the point of rel="me" is saying that you have control over both websites and can point both ways
someone created a public page for me, and people followed it; facebook even made pages from wikipedia
I'm building a linux distribution called UBOS - which is also Ugandan Bureau Of Statistics and I get their likes
ReadWriteWeb accidentally became the top link for "Facebook Login" and people tried to log into facebook and comment
we write a lot of stuff and explain why we believe things- no-one gets to the conclusion.
what if I just wrote the conclusion first and make the arguments in smaller type - can we do that?
in effect you have the Inverted Pyramid structure that a classic New York Times article would use
If I were going to enable transclusion, you need to link to posts or paragraphs
the problem with semantic markup is that as no-one can see it so it gets broken
what if I put sha1 of every paragraph
that's why we use fragmention to link to the text we are quoting instead - see https://indieweb.org/fragmention
are you using 2 factor auth for your accounts?
the problem is that you may not have your phone number any more -it happened to my son today: https://twitter.com/kevinmarks/status/773676072869040128
the other challenge is that your SMS can be sent to all your devices, and I've seen it hit the relay first
if GPG didn't exist I wouldn't be married - I had to talk to my future wife in DC from Germany via encryption