Notes

When did you join the IndieWeb?

(Hopefully this appears at https://www.indieforums.net)

I think I first heard of the IndieWeb movement in 2016 sometime. It’s a bit hazy now, but I’ve a memory that I stumbled on it through a trail of links starting on Wikity.
I’ve tinkered with web sites in some form or another for a long time, and I have happy memories of various weird Geocities experiments, sadly lost to the sands of time it seems.
As far as independently hosting goes, I appear to have had a self-hosted blog since 2006 at...

How to Sign Users In with IndieAuth

This post will show you step by step how you can let people log in to your website with their own IndieAuth website so you don't need to worry about user accounts or passwords.
What is IndieAuth? IndieAuth is an extension of OAuth 2.0 that enables an individual website like someone's WordPress, Gitea or OwnCast instance to become its own identity provider. This means you can use your own website to sign in to other websites that support IndieAuth.
You can learn more about the differences betw...

I've of the things I have to deal with in Spanish: 'sombrero' means 'hat', and I sort of already knew this, but I always associated it with a very specific kind of hat, not hats in general.
First practical duolingo result: I now understand that the chihuahua was saying "I want Taco Bell"
Interop’s Labyrinth: Sharing Code Between Web & Electron Apps - Slack Engineering

While it’s no secret that the cross-platform Slack Desktop app is built on Electron, it might be slightly less well known that it’s a hybrid app built around our web app (slack.com). This is one of Electron’s most compelling draws — not only can you build a cross-platform desktop app from scratch with the web technologies you …

Zack Snyder's Justice League.  A better movie, but not a good movie.
Thinking of trying eleventy.  But I've put some much effort into my pelican setup.  Hrm.