The Key Principles of the IndieWeb.
— Own your data, content, metadata and your identity.
— Publish data for humans first, machines second.
— Scratch Your Own Itches. Make tools, templates, etc. for yourself first.
— Use what you make!
— Document your stuff.
— Open source your stuff!
— UX and design is more important than protocols, formats, and data models.
— Build platform agnostic platforms.
— Longevity. Build for the long web.
— Have fun.
"Twitter bug sent user direct messages to third-party developers for over a year" #infosec #privacy https://techcrunch.com/2018/09/21/twitter-bug-sent-user-direct-messages-to-developers-for-over-a-year/
"Dystopia basically writes itself. Utopia, aka imagining just and liveable futures, is harder and far more essential."
-- Maria Farrell
Artificial photosynthesis might be possible in the near future, both removing CO2 from the atmosphere and producing clean energy https://www.nature.com/articles/s41560-018-0232-y
@hsribei Yep, with a webapp I also know I have control over:
- push notifications
- sharing location data
- userstyles (via extensions)
- whether it's allowed to run Service Workers, JS, etc. (via extensions)
Roll your own: https://[federated.instance]/@[userid].atom
@pinafore especially cool because it is actually useful offline, as it offlines already-seen data. Some apps give you a useless app shell and call themselves offline-capable.
Using @pinafore as a client. Offline-first PWAs? Hell yes. Might also become an excuse to peek into Svelte.
Software engineer and aspiring teacher. Making websites and webapps that work offline. #GatsbyJS contributor.
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.