Hmm. I guess I’m on the fence @kyle_wm. While I agree that it’s not a primary goal of #indieweb, #POSSE can’t be viewed as legacy support that will go away. I see it as a vital way to stay in touch with the rest of the web (as long as those silos allow it). I feel self-hosting will remain, for the most part, unobtainable to the masses.

Just me trying to reply to this, on my blog, uses too many hoops at the moment.


Scotland

Awoke to a Kingdom still United. Means I don’t have to recycle my avatars that use the Union Jack 🙂

In my eyes it wasn’t a landslide, and I can understand the motivations behind the ‘YES’ vote, but I feel this was the right decision.

Tracking #indiewebcamp

This week there’s an IndieWebCamp going on in Brighton. I’ve set up a hashtag search on Twitter to look at later.

Some interesting stuff coming through from Jeremy Keith about web actions. Also I had to jump back on IRC to garner some assistance as the ‘Social’ WP plugin stopped working when I updated to WordPress 4. Now trying out brid.gy (we’ll see how is works with this post).

The future of a Twitter alternative?

I think the app.net boat has sailed though @inkblurt. I’d love to see a meld of @davewiner’s & @t’s work. An RSS “river” (timeline) of people chatting to each other through their own blogs.

That way the need to foster “engagement” and “brand awareness” is virtually non-existent.