Homebrew Website Club

Tantek Çelik:

welcome Sf and portland to Homebrew Website Club

we have 3 new people here in SF and 2 new ones in portland

Mari Huertas:

my domain is http://marihuertas.com


my site is http://boozybrowser.com/ that simulates being drink online

Erin Jo Richey:

My domain is http://erinjorichey.com

Ben Werdmüller:

idno didn't use to support subdirectories for @erinjo, but it does now

Tantek Çelik:

IndieWebCamp NYC is this weekend - tell your NT friends to come http://indiewebcamp.com/2014/NYC

we added a new category for IndieWebCamp NY - Blogger, so you can sign up without being a coder or apprentice

Bret Comnes:

I improved my replies and webmention displays, with makes it easier on Jekyl sites

also working on implementing a micropub endpoint for github pages, which will need an external server


I'm brand new to all of this. I don't have a personal site yet, but am learning to code.

Mari Huertas:

I have a ton of tech education resources on twitter

Kyle Mahan:

I'm working on http://indiewebcamp.com/posse-post-discovery to find the original for a POSSE'd post without a link

Kevin Marks:

I have been working on fragmentions this week - more info at kevinmarks.com/fragmentions.html

Ben Werdmüller:

showing off idno implementions of POSSE using brid.gy

Mari Huertas:

I go back and forth between wanting to tie things together and to keep them separate. It's hard

Ben Werdmüller:

I find I want to share some things with some groups, but not necessarily filtered by silo

Google+ reminds me of livejournal - it has some tight communities that live on it

Paul Munday:

I have tool that lets you put a markdown file in a directory which becomes a URL

every page on my site has a view source link http://paulmunday.net/source?page=index

Alex Linsker:

I am trying to make a three-level cell based organisation to find peoplel in base 3

psychic high school:

My site is a story writing one where people tell stories set in the Psychic High School http://psyhigh.com

You're posting stores for fictional characters in a fictional space, so identity questions are trickier

Ben Werdmüller:

I love the idea of a fictional identity - your page doesn't need a real name

Mari Huertas:

can you toggle between logins in Psyhigh? So characters can talk to each other? Cool

Ben Werdmüller:

Idno is a multi-user system and I'd love to help you do this. I now know how I'll do my NaNoWriMo this year

psychic high school:

everyone can be a storyteller - I want them to own their characters, and spin-offs too

Tantek Çelik:

twitter lets you create all kinds of identities

Mari Huertas:

twitter stalks you mercilessly to make you use the fake accounts you create