Tantek Çelik: I got web actions working on my site - you can retweet a long post and it tweets the short version.
Barnaby Walters: looking at Tantek's site, with webactions toolbelt set up, and it replaces the reply button with one for me
Tantek Çelik: so we have indieweb to indieweb reply working between me and @barnabywalters
Tantek Çelik: by using the referrer URL you can mimic(clone) the UI of the platform you are using Note=tweet and Article=blogpost
Tantek Çelik: if you're syndicating to multiple platforms ( like @benwerd does you) should have a dropdown and clone the platform UI
Aral Balkan: people looking through a twitter feed don't see full indieweb posts - a browser extension can replace the twitter cards
Amber Case: I have p3k framework on my domain, so I login with indieauth, note and syndicate to twitter
Amber Case: don't ever get a romanian domain, they'll yell at you about wire transfers
Amber Case: If the note is too long for twitter I have a full note posting interface that will just send the link to twitter
Boris Smus: I have a menubar attachment on my mac that will let me post to my site from the front window
Boris Smus: I use the title and the direct link for twitter and the body for google plus
Pelle Wessman: I have an endpoint that gets webmentions, if I curl it, it will check and add a webmention to a list
Pelle Wessman: the goal is to present webmentions like Disqus is used today on websites
mime čuvalo: I have a follow bookmarklet to follow people. I can reply to @aaronpk's post in my reader [@aaronpk I received it]
Michał Stefanów: my demo is #commandcontrol - I have too many websites. I want to promote different ones each day
Michał Stefanów: mailpile is a very hot topic -what if they want to promote on my site? I add one line of js to my site. it changes
Seb: I implemented web mention on a static page, receiving mentions from @aaronpk's and Christophe's posts
Brennan Novak: I have a local version of indiewebifyme - finding rel="me" on their sites to check indieauth
Brennan Novak: the next one validates hCard, and the third will check Webmention - this is a validator for indieness
Aaron Parecki: when people implemented webmentions they wanted to parse out microformats. My PHP parser depended on a library
Aaron Parecki: This will simplify the PHP microformats2 parser to only be in a single file
Tantek Çelik: some of you may have seen this before: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lB95KLmpLR4 you want control, but to talk to friends in gilded silos
Tantek Çelik: you may have seen this before: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lB95KLmpLR4 you want control, but to talk to friends in gilded silos
Tantek Çelik: you should have your own website - if you don't you're an apprentice, and someone here will help you set one up
Aral Balkan: I have the most manual blogging tool: markdown gets compiled using codekit to make static files that I ftp to my site
Aral Balkan: tools liek Ulysses have helped me focus on my writing, not on the process
Tantek Çelik: I don't even have an interface like @Aral does - I write HTML straight into a flat file editing dates by hand, scp it up
Tantek Çelik: the only UI I have is to make the post into a tweet and tweet that. It also sends a PubSubHubbub notification
Jeremy Keith: my website is a "CMS" I made myself, and it's awful. PHP and MySQL and ancient. I like the non-DB trend.
Jeremy Keith: Generally I don't open comments on my posts - Sturgeon's Law applies. You can post a comment, but can't see others
Jeremy Keith: If you want to write a reply to my blogpost on your site, I'd like that. I hope to get Webmentions working this weekend
Luis Abreu: I've used wordpress but got frustrated. Now I use scriptogr.am that uses markdown in a posts folder on dropbox.
Glenn Jones: I used to use wordpress, but I just started this yesterday. My data is stored as HTML.
Glenn Jones: I process microfomats-2 into JSON versions. I have data interfaces that show up automatically
Glenn Jones: the data is on transmat.io which has a simple data format that creates an API
Amber Case: mediawiki hosts my site. I take screenshots with skitch that posts to flickr and a cronjob pulls them to my site.
Amber Case: between the wiki and the photo site I can get this done, but have protection against a ToS deletion from flickr
Sam Machin: I'm at sammachin.com I hate phone numbers, so go to sammachin.com/callme and it will call me with WebRTC
Sam Machin: when you hit 'call me' it checks foursquare to see which country I'm in to know which phone to call.
Sam Machin: a phone number is more like an IP address. Phone numbers are horrible things, and temporary
Sam Machin: The page can know which time zone I'm in, and switch to voicemail appropriately
Jason Garber: I'm at http://sixtwothree.org but http://sketchnotes.sixtwothree.org is what I use, running on Jekyll 'cos I like ruby
Jason Garber: I have a command line UI where I give it a title and a URL, and it creates the post's YAML then I edit
Jason Garber: I want to bring this system back onto my main site so I can use markdown which is nicer than HTML to write
Tom Atkins: I use acryl
Tom Atkins: my site is knitatoms.net - it's an anagram of Tom Atkins
Tom Atkins: once i've edited it I have a script to deploy it to my site.
Boris Smus: http://smus.com runs a blogging engine I built myself in python.
Boris Smus: I author in markdown with YAML upfront, then run a comandline builder that previews drafts, then posts
Boris Smus: I've been working on a GUI to post things quickly, called Lightning, which creates a draft preview
Boris Smus: it's supposed to post to twitter and G+, do the whole POSSE thing - I'll work on that this weekend
mime čuvalo: my site is http://nightlight.ws, powered by https://github.com/mimecuvalo/helloworld
mime čuvalo: it creates an RSS feed you can follow, and lets me edit posts inline, or make comments
mime čuvalo: I have a Pinterest-like bookmarklet that makes it easy to repost pictures form the web
Michal Stefanow: I'm at http://michalstefanow.com - I don't have a good workflow, and too many websites
Michal Stefanow: I want to build something to post to one site and connect it to all these sites - that's what I want to make here
Aaron Parecki: I'm at http://aaronparecki.com - it's homegrown, built in PHP called p3k
Aaron Parecki: my posting UI is a separate system from this site that generates these files for me in a web form
Aaron Parecki: I have a twitter preview, then it puts a file on my server, and posts it to twitter via the API
Aaron Parecki: When I display it on my site, it uses WebMentions to connect the comments together, as well as twitter threadind
Aaron Parecki: starting with what was a static site, I as able to incrementally add the UI piece by piece.
Barnaby Walters: I'm at http://waterpigs.co.uk I post everything from my iPad, using a special email address
Barnaby Walters: Here's a vine-style video of you all saying "Yay Indieweb" http://waterpigs.co.uk/notes/4RvAta/
Amir Chaudhry: I'm at http://amirchaudhry.com I am interested in the internet of things and connecting them to sites
Kevin Marks: my site is now www.kevin-marks.com due to an accident with DNS
Kevin Marks: As well as on twitter, my notes are at http://www.kevin-marks.com/notes.html I plan to make microformatted
Julien Genestoux: I'm at http://ouvre-boite.com subscribing to people's blogs via feeds is too hard now
Julien Genestoux: I made subtome.com which is a universal follow button in the browser to let me follow without silos
Julien Genestoux: I have a bookmarklet that lets me do this too
Pelle Wessman: I have a lot of social networks and I don't want to show them all on my front page
Pelle Wessman: my site is at http://kodfabrik.se/ My tool uses rel-me links to connect sites https://github.com/voxpelli/relspider
Bjarni Rúnar Einarsson: my site is http://bre.klaki.net I have a project pagekite that does a reverse webserver
Brennan Novak: my site is at https://brennannovak.com - I'm making a tool indiewebifyme to make you an indieweb citizen