Remote location, patchy connectivity. What to do? Why, get SICP in texinfo format and read through it in Emacs, of course!
Made a little bit of progress on the photo posts. Mostly progress in understanding how they work, not so much actually changed in the output of my site. The BDD approach worked OK too. A long way off from a solid development process, but again a good learning experience.
Great interview with Carne Ross (‘The Accidental Anarchist’). He gives a very articulate account of his views on anarchism, which are given an interesting perspective given he was previously fully ensconced in the present power system as a British diplomat. I found very interesting the discussion around the suggestion that anarchism fosters a more loving society.Also on:
Ahhh this is going to be super helpful: https://github.com/barnabywalters/php-mf-cleaner
My images posts look a little funky, so I’m going to try and fix that – and try to do it in a test-driven way.
Last chance to make my notes from MozFest before they slip from my mind.
This was my second year attending, and it was just as great and inspiring as last time. If anything there were more talks that I was interesting in attending than last year. (Could have been the whole Decentralization track that added to that.)
Hats off to the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin to opening up their exhibition on the October Revolution for free on November 7th. (Got lucky and strolled past that day while on holiday.)
Great demos at IndieWebCamp Berlin. Loads of cool stuff made in a single day.
google web fonts don’t seem to work out of the box with phantomjs.
Trying to figure out what would be good microformats for a jam post. Running examples from indieweb.org/jam through micrometa.jkphl.is. So far, the default output from the WordPress post kinds plugin seems like the most structured.
OK. First round of yak shaving completed – getting local wordpress development environment to a stage where I can actually start doing what I want hack on.
And we’re off for day 2 of IndieWebCamp Berlin – today is hack day, people getting stuck in to code on tasks.
Great first day at IndieWebCamp Berlin. Lots of cool sessions. My plan so far for tomorrow is to hack on my ‘jam’ implementation, to test that the microformats markup look as they should, and to add some kind of automated test around the feature so I can know if I regress from this at some point in future.
webstandards discussion at #iwcberlin – finding commonalities between indieweb protocols and other protocols
Currently discussion on bookmarks & archiving in an indieweb way
Nice intro discussion earlier on microformats from vanderven.se/martijn/
Great intro to indieweb building blocks from jkphl.is #iwcberlin
Session planning section underway at IWC Berlin.
Lots of cool websites being introed at IWC Berlin.
At IndieWebCamp Berlin!
beakerbrowser install needs node 8.
Wow, I never played Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri, but I wish I had. It sounds absolutely epic.
Each faction excels at one or two important aspects of the game and follows a distinct philosophical belief, such as technological utopianism, Conclave Christianity, “free-market” capitalism, militarist survivalism, Chinese Legalism, U.N. Charter humanitarianism, or Environmentalist Gaia philosophy.
My website fully migrated now to the new server at @mayel’s cloudvault hosting. Whoop! Been working on a few of the indieweb elements of it today, and giving it a bit of a lick of paint. Still a ways to go, but progress is good.Also on: