Tantek Çelik

Inventor, writer, teacher, runner, coder, more.

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  1. #IndieWebCamp #Brighton:

    For my #hackday project I added a #serviceworker to my https://tantek.com/ home page with some #offlinesupport:

    1 Custom Offline page
    2 Precache home page, CSS, JS, and cache as you go photos
    3 Precache /contact & /pay pages

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  2. ↳ In reply to Tantek’s note #LocalFirst #OfflineFirst #NoCloud #multidevices @IndieWebCamp #Brighton notes: https://indieweb.org/2019/Brighton/localoffline

    Thanks @aaronpk @martijnvdven @adactio @calum_ryan @sebsel @HeNeArXn @petermolnar @qubyte for the discussion!

    See you at #IndieWeb #hackday tomorrow!

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  3. #IndieWebCamp Brighton:
    I proposed and am facilitating a session on:
    Local first vs.
    Offline first vs.
    no cloud,
    and multidevices.

    #localoffline

    What’s the difference between #LocalFirst & #OfflineFirst?

    etc.

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  4. #IndieWebCamp Brighton intro demos:
    live blog: https://chat.indieweb.org/
    Zoom video: https://zoom.us/j/4955358768

    Can’t make it in person? We have remote participation with streams of talks, discussions, chat / IRC / Slack!

    Details: https://indieweb.org/2019/Brighton#Remote_Participation

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  5. ↳ In reply to adactio.com’s post @adactio nice photo and #indieweb demo!

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  6. #IndieWebCamp Brighton @adactio adactio.com:
     The #IndieWeb is about a simple concept: You should have your own website. These days that seems almost disruptive. It’s hard to describe but it just feels good posting on your own site.

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  7. 10 days of #OpenWeb events

    #IndieWeb Organizers meetup yesterday.

    In #Brighton or #London? Join us:

    @IndieWebCamp Brighton hosted by @Clearleft @68Middlest starting soon!

    #MozFest all week M-Su.

    #MisinfoCon Wed 10/23

    #Redecentralize #rdc19 Fri 10/25!

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  8. Want to #DeleteFacebook & not sure how to start?

    Interested in building independent web events and open standards to replace #MeetUp?

    Join us at the next Homebrew Website Club #IndieWeb Meetup:

    https://tantek.com/e/53K1
    https://indieweb.org/events/2019-10-30-homebrew-website-club

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  9. Homebrew Website Club SF!

    Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo.

    When: Where: Mozilla San Francisco Host: Tantek Çelik

    The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

    Topics for this week:

    • IndieWebCamps Amsterdam, Oxford, New York City and Brighton notes, demos, etc.!
    • Local-First and Offline-First inspirations and hopefully demos!
    • Demos of personal website breakthroughs
    • Create or update your personal web site!

    Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!

    Any questions? Ask in #indieweb Slack or IRC

    More information: IndieWeb Wiki Event Page

    Optional RSVP: post an indie RSVP on your own site, or just show up!

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  10. ↳ In reply to @pvh’s tweet Wonderful co-hosting our hybrid #IndieWeb + Local-First meetup with you @pvh!
    Feeling inspired to build some #LocalFirst features into my site this weekend @IndieWebCamp Brighton. Thanks also for https://devdocs.io/ tip! Flight testing it soon :)

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  11. 30 days til #TNFECS #Marin 50k. First “official” 50k race. Feeling reasonably trained for it. Last weekend’s 30k felt fine despite pushing, a day after running 7 trail miles. Travel makes training challenging.

    Previously: https://tantek.com/2019/034/t1/signed-up-ecsca-50k https://twitter.com/t/status/1092197119048466434

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  12. San Francisco cityscape backlit by orange sunbeams originating from near the center behind the buildings, against a blue sky with scattered clouds🌆 This morning @Nov_Project_SF. Felt like I was still recovering from the weekend. Just kept moving. And dawn turned into orange sunbeams like I’ve never seen before. #NPSF

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  13. Sunday at #ChicagoMarathon2019, Brigid Kosgei set a new Women's Marathon Record 2:14:04!
    https://twitter.com/Kevlan_/status/1183394011899465732
    #NoHumanIsLimited. More inspiration. Went to Marin again, ran 30k+3500' to wrap up a 33 mile week. #2019_286 #20191013.

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  14. Saw video of Kipchoge breaking the 2hr marathon this morning: 1:59:40 #NoHumanIsLimited. Incredible & inspiring to all runners. Despite being late to SFRC, I ran 7mi+1253' & neg splits. Great seeing @Amy_Leedham too! Another inspiration. It was a good day.

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  15. ran to #NPSF this morning. @Nov_Project_SF 05:30 workout in darkness, in-between planks with Ali, and 06:30 workout while watching the sky lighten. Sunrise after, breakfast, and ran back.

    Previously: https://tantek.com/t51q1 https://twitter.com/t/status/1157454400916508673

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  16. ↳ In reply to @SF_emergency’s tweet Dear @SF_emergency, given these conditions, could you help expedite SF Department of Building Inspections applications for inspection+permits for residential small wind turbines?

    As described:
    * https://sfenvironment.org/small-wind-turbine-a-consumer-guide-faq
    * http://www.sfenvironment.org/sites/default/files/fliers/files/sfe_en_planning_permitting_memo.pdf

    Grid-connected is ideal naturally, to help increase local availability of green/clean power.

    Thanks!

    More links from my research for San Francisco residences and in general:
    * https://sfenvironment.org/energy/renewable-energy/wind/urban-wind
    * https://sfenvironment.org/article/urban-wind/case-study-wind-solar-powered-home-in-the-mission
    * https://sfenvironment.org/article/urban-wind/case-study-wind-power-in-the-castro
    * https://ww2.energy.ca.gov/2016publications/CEC-300-2016-001/CEC-300-2016-001.pdf
    * https://www.dasolar.com/home-wind-power/california/san-francisco
    * http://energy.dasolar.com/wind-turbine-installation-evaluation
    * https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/bay-area-calif-power-outage-map-14503599.php
    * https://www.mercurynews.com/2017/06/15/wind-its-not-a-breezy-way-to-power-a-bay-area-home/
    * https://www.electricnet.com/doc/wind-turbines-now-permitted-in-san-francisco-0001
    * https://sfenvironment.org/small-wind-turbine-a-consumer-guide-faq
    * https://windexchange.energy.gov/markets/residential
    * https://windexchange.energy.gov/getting-wind
    * https://windexchange.energy.gov/small-wind-guidebook
    * https://sfenvironment.org/small-wind-turbine-a-consumer-guide-faq

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  17. Huge thanks to co-organizers @tiereeee @schmarty @dshanske @jgmac1106 for an amazing @IndieWebCamp NYC this weekend. Thanks to @PaceUniversity for having us! So good to see so many new #indieweb sites go live: @nshad314 @teonbrooks et al and all the demos!

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  18. RSVP yes to: Tantek’s event hosting Homebrew Website Club #SF #IndieWeb meetup 2019-10-16 17:30 @MozSF!

    Join us! @benwerd @dietrich @generativist @html5cat @NurtureGirl @feross @maira et al

    RSVP: https://tantek.com/2019/289/e1/homebrew-website-club-sf
    More: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-10-16-homebrew-website-club#San_Francisco

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  19. ↳ In reply to @marcthiele’s tweet @marcthiele @johanbove would be great to do @IndieWebCamp before @btconf Düsseldorf 2020! Gathering interest/prefs:
    https://indieweb.org/Planning#Dusseldorf
    Please feel free to edit, add yourself to date(s) you can make. Join https://chat.indieweb.org/ & let’s chat about volunteering!

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  20. #IndieWebCamp NYC: facilitating session on Why Publish with @schmarty @dshanske @tiereeee et al. Many reasons folks like to publish things (publicly) online. Notes being captured into an Etherpad, to be archived to #indieweb wiki after. #whypublish #meta

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  21. #NewYorkCity friends! Going to the @IndieWebCamp #NYC pre-meetup/social at Stone Street Tavern @stonesttavern http://stonestreettavernnyc.com/
    Come have eats & drinks with us! (@schmarty et al!) #indieweb #openweb

    (Be there in ~15 minutes!)

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  22. ↳ In reply to @jkphl’s tweet @jkphl no worries. Looks like most recent HWC Nürnberg was https://indieweb.org/events/2019-08-07-homebrew-website-club from the photo?
    Will move Nürnberg from "Fortnightly" to "Pop up" so it is not copy/pasted by default.
    Let me know if there is a known frequency! Thanks!

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  23. ↳ In reply to @mantonsblog’s tweet @jkphl any photos from this week’s HWC Nürnberg?
    @mrgnrdrck any HWC Berlin photos?
    @grantcodes HWC Madrid photo?
    @jamietanna Nottingham photo?
    @mantonsblog @tomwiththeweath Austin photo?
    @dougbeal @rrrrrrrix Seattle photo?
    Please add ASAP to https://indieweb.org/events/2019-10-02-homebrew-website-club#Photos or reply with link! Thanks!

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  24. Homebrew Website Club SF!

    Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo.

    When: Where: Mozilla San Francisco Host: Tantek Çelik

    The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

    Topics for this week:

    Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!

    Any questions? Ask in #indieweb Slack or IRC

    More information: IndieWeb Wiki Event Page

    Optional RSVP: post an indie RSVP on your own site, or just show up!

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  25. RSVP yes to: an IndieWeb event going to #IndieWebCamp NYC this weekend @PaceUniversity with @dshanske @jgmac1106 @schmarty @tiereeee @nshad314 & more!

    Looking forward to more #indieweb demos & #barcamp breakout sessions!

    Complimentary tickets: https://2019.indieweb.org/nyc
    wiki: https://indieweb.org/2019/NYC

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  26. #ViewSource @jorydotcom question for #standards panelists:
    What is one way your standards group is more “open” (access, cost, license, patents, D&I etc.) than another standards org (e.g. pick one that Jory mentioned yesterday)?

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  27. ↳ In reply to @davidlinssen’s tweet @davidlinssen thank you for the invitation! How about tomorrow afternoon coffee break, or perhaps right after the closing talk?

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  28. Amsterdam, #indieweb, and #viewsource friends, join us at The Jitterbug Saloon! Opened it up with @schmarty @sebandeweg @neb @aaronpk and expecting @adactio soon. Taking over tables in the back, plenty of room https://foursquare.com/v/the-jitterbug-saloon/5bf1c1521cf2e1002c48cce4

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  29. #indiewebcamp AMS #hackday second project:

    ✅ ➕ Add to Calendar links in Event POSSE tweets with emoji!

    https://twitter.com/t/status/1178308711942504448

    See https://indieweb.org/Add_to_Calendar for why and how to.

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  30. Homebrew Website Club SF!

    Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo.

    When: Where: Mozilla San Francisco Host: Tantek Çelik

    The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

    Topics for this week:

    Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!

    Any questions? Ask in #indieweb Slack or IRC

    More information: IndieWeb Wiki Event Page

    Optional RSVP: post an indie RSVP on your own site, or just show up!

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  31. #indiewebcamp AMS #hackday first project done:

    ✅ rel=canonical links from http permalinks to https permalinks

    See https://indieweb.org/rel-canonical for why and how to.

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  32. ↳ In reply to @Herschel_R’s tweet @Herschel_R that’s a bug in the “new” Twitter desktop web front-end where it fails to display a single line-break. Works fine in “old” Twitter (e.g. logged out), or Twitter mobile app. Hopefully they’ll fix it soon.

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  33. #indiewebcamp AMS @ton_zylstra: shows and summarizes the #indieweb building blocks of #openweb standard protocols & formats:

    #webmention #microformats micropub.rocks #indieauth & more

    https://indieweb.org/building_blocks

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  34. #indiewebcamp AMS @ton_zylstra:
    “The next big thing
     will be a lot of small things.”

    #indieweb

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  35. #indiewebcamp AMS @ton_zylstra: To me, the web was always about agency and providing ways for individuals connect to each other in ways they couldn’t before.
    #indieweb

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  36. RSVP yes to: aaronparecki.com’s post going to #IndieWebCamp Amsterdam TODAY 10:00 at Codam Coding College with @aaronpk @ton_zylstra @schmarty @adactio @david_bryant & more!

    Looking forward to great #indieweb demos & #barcamp breakout sessions!

    about: https://indiewebcamp.nl/
    wiki: https://indieweb.org/2019/Amsterdam

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  37. New issue on GitHub project “design-reviews”

    Proliferation of manifests at W3C

    Here at #w3cTPAC 2019 I’m learning that there are quite a few different manifest file format efforts by different groups for different specifications with different but often similar use-cases. Filing this design issue per @hober’s request to track the growing number of manifest formats and approaches to hopefully collapsing and reducing them.

    Here is a few I know of along with their individual TAG review issues.

    And one apparent need for a manifest: W3CTAG #218. There are likely others, please add more below.

    From a web author, developer, publisher perspective, it would be great if we could simplify the number of manifests, ideally one, perhaps with core properties, optional properties for specific use-cases, and a method of expanding each of those by separate working groups for maximum re-use and avoiding collisions / duplication of slightly different properties.

    This issue is intended as a meta-issue just to track the growing number of manifests.

    For specific proposals to provide guidelines to both spec and web authors about how to create some data and provide it in a manifest file, see: W3CTAG #95 (please do not mark as duplicate, I think these serve two different purposes). Thanks for your consideration!

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  38. At #w3cTPAC this week: @CSSWG, #Future of @W3C, #WICG. Come say hi!

    Still reflecting on #XOXOFest themes & learnings. Particularly how much online abuse & harassment is growing.

    Let’s chat about this at TPAC, brainstorm if/how we can improve web building blocks to reduce harm, especially toward marginalized individuals & communities.

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  39. RSVP yes to: aaronparecki.com’s post going to the @xoxo #indieweb and #xoxo-mastodon breakfast meetup TODAY 8:30am at Cup and Bar with @kevinmarks!

    Open to all indieweb #distributedweb #federatedweb fans & enthusiasts, join us!

    wiki: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-09-06-xoxo-indieweb
    event: https://aaronparecki.com/2019/09/06/1/

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  40. ↳ In reply to @theSFmarathon’s tweet signed-up to run the #SF #Marathon 2020-07-26!
    #SFMarathon #TSFM2020 https://www.thesfmarathon.com/

    It’ll be my second official marathon race (I have a few trail races planned before then) and 7th @theSFmarathon race (many halfs).

    Previously: https://tantek.com/2017/253/b1/my-first-marathon

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  41. ↳ In reply to @superamit’s tweet @superamit @xoxo awesome! I like to run distance, vert, and dirt, slow & steady (except downhill jams :)

    I get in Wednesday night. Thursday early morning Forest Park perhaps? #XOXOFest #xoxorunners

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  42. Clear blue skies above the Pacific Ocean in the distance, fog bank over Muir Beach, and thick green bushes in the foreground.Lookin uphill on Fox trail under an overcast sky.Looking south at Muir beach to ominously overcast grey skies.Looking down at my feet touching the surf at Muir beach.Looking northwest from Muir beach, to a bit of light blue on the horizon over the Pacific Ocean, while the nearby hill and houses are under clouds.Looking down at Horizontal Control Mark Coyote Ridge 2.Looking south to the Marin Headlands, fog behind them covering San Francisco with only a few downtown building tops and Sutra tower poking through.Looking south to Miwok cut-off trail, tall green bushes on either side, Marin headlands in the distance.Map of Tennessee Valley Trails.
    ⛰🏃🏻‍♂️ 15km & ~2k' in #Marin 8/31 to finish #August at 216km & 7116m. Grateful for a month of consistent training at home.
    Traveling a lot soon — HMU to #run in Portland @XOXO, Fukuoka @W3C #TPAC2019, Amsterdam @IndieWebCamp #ViewSource, NYC & Brighton IndieWebCamps, London #MozFest, St. Louis @WordCampUS #WCUS!

    August was a monthly distance running PR and my second highest vertical climbing month after last October’s 207km & 8932m (also only my second time running 200km+ or climbing 5km+ in any month).

    Got a late start that morning and drove myself directly to the Tennessee Valley parking lot. Having forgotten to check the #SFRC route direction, I ran the opposite way again, up Fox with less fog(2) than last week, down Coastal to an ominously overcast Muir Beach(3). Touched the water(4) and noticed blue skies in the distance to the northwest(5). I cut the route short via the beautiful Middle Green Gulch trail up to Coyote Ridge. From the Coyotoe Ridge peak(6) I could see the north side of Muir beach, and a thin blue line of clear Pacific Ocean over the clouds(1). Looking south the city was still covered by fog, just a few buildings and Sutro tower poking through(7). Ran back down Miwok(8) to the Tennessee Valley parking lot and up/down a bit of Marincello to reach 15km.

    I’ll be making good use of the few September and October mornings I’m home and joining up with runners (especially on trails) on my travels when missing Marin #trails(9). Hope to see you out there!

    #runner #MarinHeadlands #trail #trailrun #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #fog #KarlTheFog #Muirbeach #2019_243 #20190831 #Saturday #latergram #nofilter

    Previous Saturday: https://tantek.com/2019/237/t1/fog-forests-sunshine-cardiac-hill

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  43. Five vertical slices showing the sky changing color over time as viewed from Mt. Tam, from orange on the horizong, to a deep blue sky above, lightening, then the sun cresting, and finally rising.Orange sky on the horizon under a dark sky with a crescent moon.Orange sky on the horizon under a deep blue sky with a crescent moon.Orange sky on the horizon under a light to medium bluish purple sky with a crescent moon.The sun cresting East Bay hills under an orange to light blue sky with a few scattered clouds.The sun rising just above East Bay hills under an orange to light blue sky as viewed from the East Peak of Mt. TamKat, Tantek, and Bryan at the top of Mt. Tam with the sun rising just about the bay in the background, sun beams and an orange glow backlighting their hair and faces.🌙🌅 #tbt to #Tam #Tuesday. Clear sky, crescent moon, and changing of the light(1) from #dawn to #sunrise as snapped while #running/hiking up #MtTam, chasing friends Bryan and Kat. Individual photos from 6:06(2), 6:14(3), 6:21(4), 6:33(5), finally 6:42(6) at #MtTamEastPeak. Plus Bryan’s selfie of us at 6:43(7).

    #MountTam #EastPeak #Marin #trail #run #trailrun #crescentmoon #crescent #moon #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #fitstrongfierce #20190827 #2019_239 #latergram #nofilter

    Previously: https://tantek.com/2019/218/t1/beautiful-sunrise-tam-tuesday

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  44. ↳ In reply to @duffy0’s tweet @duffy0 thanks and good to know.

    I’m working on custom "Add to gCal" links next because Google Calendar (website) seems to require its own way of doing things. Maybe that’ll work for the Android app too? Maybe we can experiment tomorrow at HWC SF.

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  45. ↳ In reply to Tantek’s note Follow-up @dietrich: per #indieweb interoperability strategy, my indie events (starting with last week https://tantek.com/e/5291), now have:

    📆 Add to Calendar

    Clicking adds the event to MacOS/iOS Calendar. Needs Android testing. Reports welcome!

    Next: Add to gCal

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  46. ↳ In reply to @dietrich’s tweet @dietrich awesome! Looking forward to it!

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  47. Tantek taking a selfie with three ducks and a goose behind him on the short of Stow Lake, bushes and green lake water behind them, part of the island and trees on the opposite shore behind that under an overcast sky.Stow lake with trees on the sides, a duck with its reflection in the foreground, and the island in the middle.Ocean beach and the Pacific Ocean under an overcast sky.Spreckes lake with a radio-controlled model sailboat in the middle, trees on the opposite shore, under an overcast sky.The Conservatory of Flowers buildings with the flower gardens in the foreground under a blue sky with scattered clouds.🦆🦆🦆 Duck duck duck goose!(1). Ran 11 miles by two lakes(2,4) and the sea(3). Overcast til the Conservatory(5). 31 mile weekend ✅

    #run #runner #SF #SanFrancisco #GGP #GoldenGatePark #StowLake #Lake #selfie #duck #goose #duckduckduckgoose #SundayRunday #SundayFunday #50ktraining #roadto50 #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #fog #KarlTheFog #befierce #pushyourself #fitstrongfierce #2019_237 #20190825 #latergram #nofilter

    Last Sunday: https://tantek.com/2019/231/t2/sunday-longrun-tired-legs

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  48. ↳ In reply to @dietrich’s tweet 🎉 @dietrich!

    https://indieweb.org/events :)

    Off-cycle Homebrew Website Club SF this week: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-08-28-homebrew-website-club
    Week after I’m hosting a pop-up HWC @MozPDX during @XOXO conf week!

    Still coding, will follow-up when iCal/gCal links work!

    First, another run

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  49. Tantek taking a selfie at the top of Cardiac hill, southern view behind him of clear blue skies above tree tops partially hidden by the thick clouds and fog below.Fox trail under a thick fog, with quail and a bunny up ahead on the dirt trail with bushes on both sides.Curious bunny sitting in straw next to bushes on the side of Coastal Fire road on the downhill to Muir Beach.Heather cut-off switch backs partially occluded by fog, lush trees in the foreground on the side of the hill.Coastal view trail in a lush misty forest with most of the trees leaning to the right with the wind.Moss covered trees trunks above ferns, diffuse lighting from the forest canopy.View from Cardiac hill, fairly barren in the foreground, a telephone pole rising up with a slight tilt, trees in the distance barely poking through the thick cloud cover.Looking down on Pirates Cove beach and across the Pacific Ocean, diffuse white light from the clouds, with a sign in the foreground indicating 350 feet to the cove, with various symbols.Tennessee Valley as seen from Coastal Fire road descent: green hills, Tennessee Valley trail winding them past a lagoon to the beach between two cloud covered hilltops.Miwok cut-off view of green hills down to Tennessee Valley shrouded in fog.☁️⛰⛅️ 20+ miles & 4k' of low quiet fog, quail(2) & bunnies(3), lush green hills(4) & forests(5,6), and finally sunshine above the clouds at Cardiac hill(1,7) before running back(8,9) to where I started and up/down another hill(10).

    Being prepared brought more confidence than last week. Started later than planned, yet before #SFRC. Took my own route up Fox trail(2), down Coastal Fire road (stopping only for a curious bunny(3)), thru the Redwood creek woods, across Santos meadow, and up the Heather cut-off switchbacks(4).

    Made good time up Coastal view to the patch of misty forest where most of the trees have grown leaning with the wind(5). Moss covered trees rising from a floor of ferns(6), only a few hundred meters of forest canopy in the middle of an otherwise exposed trail. Still, such relaxing #greentime before finally emerging into the sunshine.

    The climb to Cardiac felt faster and smoother than usual. As a runner I’ve become grateful for fog and overcast skies, yet it was still nice to get some sun at my goal peak where I could look back on the clouds I had climbed through(7). After a brief snack break and saying hi to the volunteers at the Headlands50k aid station, I decided to chase the racers back down the way I came, all the way to Pirates Cove(8).

    Pirates Cove also felt faster, and less scary this time around. Kept encouraging the racers as they passed me on the climb, and chased them down the Coastal Fire road, stopping to snap a greener than usual Tennessee Valley for this time of year(9).

    Returned to Tennessee Valley parking lot at almost 18, hiked/jogged up Miwok trail to more foggy valley views(10), and scampered back down to round out my long trail run. Finally got my 20. ✅

    #run #runner #Marin #MarinHeadlands #trail #trailrun #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #fog #KarlTheFog #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #fitstrongfierce #2019_236 #20190824 #Saturday #latergram #nofilter

    Last Saturday: http://tantek.com/2019/231/t1/unexpected-weather-trail-run

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  50. ↳ In reply to Tantek’s note The next step is to add a link or button on the #indieweb event like:

    📆 Add to Calendar

    to #interoperate with existing apps & services via .ics download (@IETF #openstandard #RFC5545). @schmarty & @gRegorLove do this. I’ll add code for my events too

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  51. ↳ In reply to Tantek’s note The #indieweb has #federated events and RSVPs using #Webmention and #microformats2 h-event.

    That Homebrew Website Club SF event was a demo thereof:
    https://tantek.com/2019/233/e1/homebrew-website-club-sf (note RSVPs)

    Quite good, yet as observed, insufficient for Google Calendar users

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  52. ↳ In reply to @dietrich’s tweet Replacement is a good goal @dietrich.

    The #indieweb recognizes replacement may be impractical for a person or their friends in the short term.

    The indieweb strategy is to federate, interoperate, and build bridges to transition in parallel.

    Let’s begin

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  53. ↳ In reply to @dietrich’s tweet @dietrich yikes! Hope you feel better soon.
    Please share any cures you came up with!

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  54. RSVP yes to: Tantek’s event hosting the Homebrew Website Club #SF #IndieWeb meetup tonight 17:30 @MozSF
    Hope to see you there! Yes you @benwerd @dietrich @generativist @html5cat @NurtureGirl @feross @maira
    cc #dweb #openweb

    RSVP: https://tantek.com/2019/233/e1/homebrew-website-club-sf
    More: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-08-21-homebrew-website-club#San_Francisco

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  55. Tantek wearing a white cap and orange shirt with Ocean Beach and the Pacific Ocean behind him on a sunny day.Spreckels lake glinting blue green, with trees on the far shore and a clear blue sky above.Sutro baths at the Lands End Lookout with green trails in the foreground, and a blue Pacific Ocean in the background, fog gathering in the distance.Golden Gate Bridge in the distance under blue skies, Lands End hills in the foreground, and a cloudbank hovering over the Marin Headleands on the left.Old air raid sirens on a tower in front of blue skies.Golden Gate Bridge viewed northward, with the towers aligned, their tops disappearing into the fog.Golden Gate Bridge viewed from Fort Point, solid white fog enveloping the tops of its towers.Golden Gate Bridge viewed from Crissy Field Marsh in the foreground, the sky a mottled grey mix of fog and clouds.🌞🌳🌊🌁 #Sunday #longrun! Ran 14+ miles on tired legs.

    Planned to do a half marathon after Saturday’s 11 miles of Marin trails, ended up a mile-ish more. Slow start, but drank/fueled and felt pretty strong in the second half of Golden Gate Park. Spreckels lake sparkled in the sunshine(2). Reached the beach(1) and felt encouraged to go further. Ran up to the Sutro Baths for a beautiful view(3) and thru Lands End for a clear view of the Golden Gate!(4)

    Happened to look upward in the Sea Cliff neighborhood and see an old air raid siren(5). Against the deep blue sky it reminded me of Depeche Mode’s Music For The Masses:

    Depeche Mode’s Music For The Masses album cover.
    By the time I ran up Lincoln Boulevard to the bridge, Karl the Fog had enveloped the tops of the towers(6). Ran down to the Warming Hut for another view(7) and over to Crissy Field Marsh(8).

    Struggled up the final climb to the Presidio, and up to the top of Arguello Blvd, then easy cruising all the way home.

    25+ mile weekend done! ✅

    #run #runner #SF #SanFrancisco #SundayRunday #SundayFunday #50ktraining #roadto50 #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #fog #KarlTheFog #befierce #pushyourself #fitstrongfierce #2019_230 #20190818 #latergram #nofilter

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  56. Ominious thick grey fog obscuring a partial view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marin Headlands in the foreground, with parts of the bay and high 101 between.Uphill on Marincello trail, green bushes on both sides, fog rolling in from the right side, obscuring anything more than a few hundred meters away.Looking west from the top of Bobcat trail, the top third a thick grey fog, a sliver of blue from the distant Pacific Ocean, rolling hills, rocks and bushes in the foreground.Lush ivy covered forest at the top of the Alta trail.Looking west and downhill from the SCA trail, in the middle thick fog obscuring anything beyond the first few hills.Golden Gate bridge in the distance peaking above the Marin Headlands, the tops of its towers obscured by fog.Forested single-track part of SCA trail, trees and greening lining both sides and covering the canopy.Cluster of trees near the start of Bobcat trail uphill, like an entrance gate, taller than any other nearby foliage.🌬💨☁️⛰🌁  Underprepared for unexpected weather, Saturday morning I nearly gave up on my trail run and went home.

    I planned to start at 7am at the Tennesssee Valley parking lot, arrived at 7:05. Overcast as expected, yet much colder. In contrast to last week’s quiet fog bank (https://tantek.com/t51y1), the wind howled through the valley, bending treetops and swirling up dust like I’d never seen before. I’d only worn shorts and a t-shirt and wouldn’t last 10 minutes in that wind chill.

    I sat in my car in parking lot for almost an hour waiting for it to warm up a bit and for the wind to quiet down, berating myself for having forgotten a long sleeve. Just before giving up and going home, I decided to double check the shallow depths of my trunk.

    Tucked into the bottom of a beach bag I found an SF Marathon long sleeve. Threw it on, and took off up the fogged-in Marincello trail(2), connecting via Bobcat trail(3) to Alta trail’s lush peak(4) instead of the windy coastal route I’d planned.

    The fog thickened on SCA trail(5), where I barely caught a view of the Golden Gate bridge(6) being overwhelmed by the fog. My favorite part of SCA trail is a brief lush forest tunnel(7) that I decided to stop and capture (usually I just run through it grinning). Soon after capturing the Golden Gate Bridge from a hill(1), I saw a couple of faster friends from the SFRC running crew and realized I had been running the opposite direction. Finished a short loop up the Bobcat trail(8), then returned down Marincello to the parking lot and barely made it to Good Earth just before 11, last call for breakfast sandwiches.

    11 miles done ✅ (not the 21 I planned, calling this mental game a draw)

    Afterwards I shared with a few trail running friends how I’d felt starting out, and they reminded me (correctly) to look more on the positive side:

    “Good job sticking with it. Deposits in the grit bank” [that’s a good metaphor to keep in mind.]

    “You toughed it out, nice job keeping it going in less than ideal conditions.”

    Even if that run was a mental draw, knowing I got at least something done will be good to remember next time I face a similar challenge, perhaps in a race.

    #run #runner #Marin #MarinHeadlands #trail #trailrun #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #fog #KarlTheFog #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #fitstrongfierce #2019_229 #20190817 #latergram #nofilter

    Previous weather challenged trail run: https://tantek.com/2019/081/t1/ran-tam-rain-twice

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  57. IndieWebCamps Timeline 2011-2019: Amsterdam to Utrecht

    At the beginning of IndieWeb Summit 2019, I gave a brief talk on State of the IndieWeb and mentioned that:

    We've scheduled lots of IndieWebCamps this year and are on track to schedule a record number of different cities as well.

    I had conceived of a graphical representation of the growth of IndieWebCamps over the past nine years, both in number and across the world, but with everything else involved with setting up and running the Summit, ran out of time. However, the idea persisted, and finally this past week, with a little help from Aaron Parecki re-implementing Dopplr’s algorithm for turning city names into colors, was able to put togther something pretty close to what I’d envisioned:

    Istanbul  
    Amsterdam  
    Utrecht  
    Nürnberg      
    Düsseldorf          
    Berlin          
    Edinburgh  
    Oxford    
    Brighton            
    New Haven  
    Baltimore  
    Cambridge      
    New York          
    Austin    
    Bellingham  
    Los Angeles    
    San Francisco      
    Portland                  
    2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

    I don’t know of any tools to take something like this kind of locations vs years data and graph it as such. So I built an HTML table with a cell for each IndieWebCamp, as well as cells for the colspans of empty space. Each colored cell is hyperlinked to the IndieWebCamp for that city for that year.

    2011-2018 and over half of 2019 are IndieWebCamps (and Summits) that have already happened. 2019 includes bars for four upcoming IndieWebCamps, which are fully scheduled and open for sign-ups.

    The table markup is copy pasted from the IndieWebCamp wiki template where I built it, and you can see the template working live in the context of the IndieWebCamp Cities page. I’m sure the markup could be improved, suggestions welcome!

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  58. Homebrew Website Club SF!

    Homebrew Website Club retro 1980s-style logo.

    When: Where: Mozilla San Francisco Host: Tantek Çelik

    The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

    Topics for this week:

    Join a community with like-minded interests. Bring friends that want a personal site, or are interested in a healthy, independent web!

    Any questions? Ask in #indieweb Slack or IRC

    More information: IndieWeb Wiki Event Page

    RSVP: post an indie RSVP on your own site!

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  59. Muir beach facing south, fog covering a lot of the hill.Looking up Fox trail disappearing into the fogMuir beach facing north, fog obscuring the houses onthe hill.It’s not always sunshine and flowers. Sometimes it’s endless #fog. Or miscommunication and isolation. Still grateful for 11 miles and nearly 2k' at #SFRC to #MuirBeach(1) and back.

    We can choose to be frustrated or grateful. To blame (ourselves, others), or be patient, accepting, and choose to be the best we can in the circumstances. We can anticipate conflict, or be open to hope and reconnection. It starts inside with the outlook we choose, and manifests with the words and actions we choose.

    #run #runner #Marin #MarinHeadlands #trail #trailrun #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #fitstrongfierce #nofilter

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  60. IndieWebCamps open for sign-ups!
    ❌ Amsterdam 9/28-29 before #ViewSource https://indieweb.org/2019/Amsterdam
    🏫 Oxford 9/28 https://indieweb.org/2019/Oxford
    🗽 NYC 10/5-6 https://indieweb.org/2019/NYC
    🎪 Brighton 10/19-20 before #MozFest https://indieweb.org/2019/Brighton
    #indieweb #openweb

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  61. Sunrise above low clouds, lighting them up with orange highlights, just below a higher layer of clouds, backlit ridge of Mount Tam in the foregroundStart of Temelpa trail, in the dark, lit unevenly by a headlampThe sun rising just above the low clouds, with the Mount Tam ridge and nearby trees backlit in the foregroundSun rising above a few layers of clouds viewed from the Mount Tam East PeakTrail runners at the top of Mt Tam, morning sky in the backgroundTrail runners perched on a rocky outcropping on top of Mt Tam, above the clouds, Mt Diablo in the background, the sun rising through the cloudsDescending Mt Tam into the cloudbank, the hills and trees disappearing into the clouds🌅⛰ #trailtuesdaythrowback to this morning’s beautiful #sunrise at Tam Tuesday! Started earlier this morning than usual, in darkness. After seeing Bryan, Hannah, and a few others disappear up the steps, I ran up the Mill Valley streets alone. Dark & seemingly empty while everyone slept, the #fog was particularly eerie, silencing any sounds. Whenever my headlamp lit up the fog’s swirling droplets, it looked like The Upside Down from Stranger Things. Hard to capture on camera(2).

    Slowly the sky lightened, and the sun crested the fog in the East(3). As it rose it started to disappear behind another layer of clouds, orange tipping the tops of the lower clouds(1). When I reached the #MtTam #EastPeak it had risen above those #clouds as well(4).

    Such a contrast of experiences, starting in darkness, running up nearly always alone, then seeing the sunrise, friends on the trails, and gathering at the top(5,6).

    The #run down was quite scenic as well, descending right back down into the clouds obscuring the forest and town below(7).

    #MountTam #Marin #trail #trailrun #MtTamEastPeak #50ktraining #ultratraining #optoutside #getoutside #befierce #pushyourself #facethemountain #fitstrongfierce #nofilter

    Previously: https://tantek.com/2019/197/t1/tam-with-krissi

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  62. Reflecting On IndieWeb Summit: A Start

    Table of Firefox stickers, pronoun pins, IndieWebCamp & microformats stickers. Over a month ago we organized the ninth annual IndieWeb Summit in Portland, Oregon, June 29-30. As frequently happens to organizers, the combination of follow-ups, subsequent holiday, and other events did not allow for much time to blog afterwards. On the other hand, it did allow for at least some reflection and appreciation.

    Day 1 Badges, Pins, Shirts, And Breakfast!

    Lillian at the table of IndieWebCamp t-shirts. Saturday morning June 29th went relatively smoothly. We had everything setup in time. I finished preparing my “state of” outline. Everyone signed-in when they arrived, got a badge, chose their color of lanyard (more on that later), pronoun pin(s), and an array of decorative stickers to customize their badge.

    Breakfast buffet containers of scrambled eggs, potatoes, vegan scramble, etc. For the first time we had an anonymous donor who chipped in enough in addition to the minimal $10 registration fee for us to afford IndieWebCamp t-shirts in a couple of shapes and a variety of sizes. We had a warm breakfast (vegetarian and vegan) ready to go for participants.

    Captions, Codes of Conduct, Safety, And Photo Policy!

    Another first for any IndieWebCamp, we arranged a captioner who live-captioned the first two hours of Summit keynotes, introductions, and demos.

    After welcoming everyone and introducing co-organizers Tiara and Aaron, I showed & briefly summarized our codes of conduct for the Summit:

    In particular I emphasized the recent addition from XOXO 2018’s Code of Conduct regarding safety vs. comfort, which is worth its own blog post.

    Tiara, photo policy lanyards of different colors, and policy summary. Another Summit first, also inspired by XOXO (and other conferences like Open Source Bridge), color-coded lanyards for our photo policy. Which was a natural lead-in for the heads-up about session live-streaming and where to sit accordingly (based on personal preference). Lastly, pronoun pins and a huge thanks to Aaron Parecki for arranging the logistics of all those materials!

    I told people about the online tools that would help their Summit experience (chat, the wiki, Etherpad), summarized the day 1 schedule, and thanked the sponsors.

    Video, Outline, And Always Aspiring

    Here’s the 8 minute video of the Welcome. I think it went ok, especially with so many firsts for this Summit! In the future I’d like to: reduce it to no more than 5 minutes (one or two rounds of practice & edit should help), and consider what else could or should be included (while staying under 5 minutes). That being said, I feel pretty good about our continuous improvement with organizing and welcoming to IndieWebCamps. As we’ve learned from other inclusive conferences, I encourage all conference organizers to explicitly cover similar aspects (excerpted from the online outline I spoke from)

    • Code(s) of conduct (with multiple organizers and contacts)
    • Photo policy (with clear indicators to self-select)
    • Pronoun pins (or stickers)

    Consider these a minimum baseline, a place to build from, more than goals. Ideally we should aspire to provide a safe and inclusive experience for an increasingly diverse community. Two more ways conference organizers can do so is by recognizing what the conference has done better this year, and by choosing keynote speakers to provide diverse perspectives. More on that with State of the IndieWeb, and the IndieWeb Summit 2019 invited keynote speakers.

    Photos 1, 2, & 4 by Aaron Parecki

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  63. Spreckels Lake with green water, a few radio controlled model boats, and eucalyptus trees on the opposite shoreGeese sleeping on the shore of Spreckels LakeOcean Beach on a cloudy August day, a few people in jackets in the foreground, Cliff House in the distant backgroundSunday long #run on tired SFRC legs in Golden Gate Park, stopping at bodies of water to stare and contemplate. #Cloudbank over green Spreckels Lake(1), so quiet even the geese slept-in(2). Kept running down JFK to the bison paddock, stopped to look but they were hiding. As I turned to run back, saw my pal Emilie approaching on the path, and instead ran with her to Ocean Beach. Classic San Francisco summer #Fogust, people wearing jackets at the beach(3).

    Felt surprisingly strong for the day after SFRC, better than the last time I did something similar (Bay to Breakers in May https://tantek.com/t50a1). Over a year since my last training run all the way through Golden Gate Park to the beach and back. I’ve started using music and earphones on my road runs again, restarted 3 weeks ago at my last long run before the SF Marathon. Kept up 4-5 minute run and 1 minute walk intervals. Had planned on about 7 miles, felt good so I ran the rest of the way home.

    8.7 miles done. Back on back-to-back ultra training runs.

    #SF #GGP #Lake #SpreckelsLake #SanFrancisco #GoldenGatePark #optoutside #getoutside #50ktraining #ultratraining #fitstrongfierce #sunday #runday #funday #sundayrunday #20190804 #2019_216 #yestergram #latergram #nofilter

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  64. Single track uphill trail between bushes disappearing into fog, partially obscured hills in the distanceKatie, Morgan, and Tantek on Miwok trail, with nearly nothing visible behind them besides the trail and thick fog, occluding the valley floor and opposite hillsYellow flowers along the side of Miwok, trees on the other side, and a hill in the distance disappearing into the fogA hand holding half a ciabatta breakfast sandwich in its half-wrapper, under sunlight bright enough to give it all a soft glowTantek, Katie, and David Lam smiling and enjoying the sunshine outdoors at Good Earth⛰☁️ 10 miles at #SFRC Saturday: #running into #fog, up Old Springs #trail(1), down #Miwok, exploring a bit, returning on the same trail. Ran into Katie & Morgan(2) on the way down as they were on their way back up. Noticed yellow #flowers along the end of Miwok, now well below the fog which hid distant #hills(3). #nofilter, just natural soft lighting on a well made ciabatta breakfast sandwich(4). All smiles sitting in the sun at Good Earth(5), a brief break from #Fogust.

    #20190803 #2019_215 #trailrun #run #trails #Marin #MarinHeadlands #optoutside #getoutside #50ktraining #fitstrongfierce #latergram

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