Learning spaces need to create environments where self-direction thrives, not rely on a myth of self direction to avoid designing community.
This week’s microcast answers a question from John Johnston about federation and the IndieWeb.
This is a really interesting listen, Doug takes a philosophical view of the IndieWeb and compares it to federation. I’m going to listen through again before I posts some thoughts.
It was of note I discovered the podcast via a webmention on the post where I asked the question.
Doug’s time in answering my question is very much appreciated.
Had to redo my style sheet https://jgregorymcverry.com/ because Dancing Hamsters are getting no love on hacker news: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20545257 forget building for SEO, build for fun. Bring back all the silly animated background images #IndieWeb
I’ve had my own struggles with getting IndieWeb working here too. I’ve a fair bit I still need to sort out.
I wish I had a bit more time to play/work with this stuff, I don’t think I’d fix any problems but I might get things here working more to my liking.
I do think that WordPress is the best chance of getting the IndieWeb working for the rest of us. The other approaches seem to technically daunting for me.
On getting webmentions to work I found the WP Crontrol plugin useful. It lets you see the webmentions queueing up and you can run them manually. That might be worth a punt.
Anyway, good luck and I’ll be very interested to see what you come up with.