I like this, pretty much how I feel at the moment.

Liked I'm probably an archetypal #indieweb end-user. Love geeky stuff but I'm not a programmer... by Rob FairheadRob Fairhead (Raretrack's Known Site)
I'm probably an archetypal #indieweb end-user. Love geeky stuff but I'm not a programmer or a developer. Have used Known for a few years now, and I'm definitely signed up to the whole #indieweb philosophy. But goodness me, it's hard and silos are always there with their superficially attractive "com...

6 thoughts on “I’m probably an archetypal #indieweb end-user. Love geeky stuff but I’m not a programmer or a developer. Have used Known for a few years now, and I’m definitely signed up to the whole #indieweb philosophy. But goodness me, it’s hard and silos are always there with their superficially attractive “come over, the water’s warm and it all just works” message! Luckily (or perhaps unluckily) I’m quite stubborn so I’m not giving up either, but completely respect why people do.

  1. I’m curious what, if anything, you all think that the IndieWeb as a community could do or do better to make things easier for Generation 2 users?
    Additionally is there something we all (as Gen2 users) could band together to do to make it easier for others like us not to have to “suffer” as we did? Comments back to this are welcome, as is conversation in the #indieweb channel, or even brainstorming on the wiki (perhaps the generations page: https://indieweb.org/generations#Generation_2_IndieWeb)

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