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    @IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf is a wrap! For Create Day, I added code to my publishing system to only syndicate (POSSE) a reply post to Twitter if it actually has an @-name, otherwise if it’s a peer-to-peer reply, just directly send them a Webmention.

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    IndieWebCamp Create Day participants looking eager to create! Inspirational quote on https://indieweb.org/creator to get us started: “When you don’t create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than your ability. Your tastes only narrow & exclude people. So create.” — Why The Lucky Stiff

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    Nice photo of day 1 IndieWebCamp participants!

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    co-organizing @IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf this weekend with @marcthiele @calum_ryan @jkphl! 🗓 2022-04-30…05-01 📍 @cgi_global 🎟 https://btco.nf/iwcdus22 ℹ️ https://indieweb.org/2022/DUS Also excited for the @btconf main event! https://twitter.com/btconf/status/1519910629561319424

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    Happy Earth Day! Thanks to the W3C #sustainability Community, we’ve created a W3C Sustainability Community Group (CG)! http://www.w3.org/community/sustainability/ Last fall at my #TPAC2021 Sustainability session I proposed that W3C needed to consider sustainability for horizontal review. We now have a community group for discussing exactly that. Copied from the W3C Community Slack: Note past/existing CGs which this proposed group is not intending to replace (thanks Nick Doty for digging through CGs) https://www.w3.org/community/bde-food/ https://www.w3.org/community/sustyweb/ https://www.w3.org/community/webeco/ https://www.w3.org/community/wwca/ I’m proposing starting the CG with myself (with background as leading the Sustainability session at TPAC 2021) and Nick Doty (experienced co-chair of Privacy Interest Group) as co-chairs to start with, and certainly open to adding additional co-chairs (especially those with both topical experience/expertise and experience de-escalating conflicts and promptly resolving Code of Conduct (CEPC) violations)

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    On this 4/04 day, pour one out for sites & permalinks lost this past year like: * Google App Maker (site not found) * Yahoo Groups (posts & permalinks gone, subdomain redirects) More 404 Not Found: https://indieweb.org/site-deaths#2021 #404NotFound, day of the #deadweb

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    Introducing #metaformats (https://microformats.org/wiki/metaformats), an extension to #microformats2 for parsing invisible data published in HTML meta tags, for backward compatibility with existing vocabularies consumed by multiple testable interoperable implementations.

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    Dear #SanFrancisco friends who went to #SXSW or #Austin #Texas recently, please stay home, isolate for a week, and test on days 5-7. The #SXSWSARS was particularly bad this year. #COVID19 #superSpreader #wearAMask https://twitter.com/therealkatburns/status/1507105451506348035 h/t @KevinMarks

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    Published today, years of working with co-workers @Mozilla and something I'm proud of: https://webvision.mozilla.org/ #OpenWeb #IndieWeb fans & #WebDevs see https://webvision.mozilla.org/full/ with #HTML #CSS #JS, nods to nascent #OpenUI & #sustainability #s12y efforts, and a lot more.

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    @tomcoates I’ve been vicariously enjoying the @SwarmApp checkins, though there’s nothing like Austin in-person. Even for a (relatively new) plant-eating person. Missing Torchy’s tacos 🔥 and Iron Cactus’s made-at-the-table guacamole 🥑

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    @shiflett thank you Chris! Hope you’re doing well friend. Also I relate so strongly to this: https://twitter.com/shiflett/status/968899276129488897

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    Sometimes with months of nearly weekly meetings with co-workers & colleagues at other companies debating things, and building upon lots of prior hard work, you can help ship a pretty cool #openweb collaboration https://twitter.com/mozhacks/status/1499442686293647363 #Interop2022 blog posts: * https://hacks.mozilla.org/2022/03/interop-2022/ * https://webkit.org/blog/12288/working-together-on-interop-2022/ * https://bocoup.com/blog/interop-2022 * https://web.dev/interop-2022 * https://www.igalia.com/news/interop2022.html * https://aka.ms/microsoft-interop2022 Really appreciated the time and thoughtfulness that everyone across companies put into this. It was great working together with so many folks that also care deepy about the open web and collectively making the web better for authors & developers.

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    blog posts = top level posts on your own site. I like that. @seaotta re: discoverability, sharing posts, algorithm isn't serving give the algorithm no choice: * write all posts on your site (even replies & likes) * share (POSSE) them wherever people read

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    @seaotta is it a length of post thing (longer than a tweet) or only posts with titles? or does neither matter as long as they’re on your own website (like this reply)? or do you mean top level posts (not replies) on your own site? #indieweb thoughts

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