Homebrew Website Club
the only topic for tonight's meeting is 2017-01-01 commitments - stuff to get built by new year
they're pre-new year resolutions - stuff to get done by 2017-01-01 on your website so you can do things there in the new year
this started back in 2009 when I committed to post to my own site first from 2010, and we did some for 2015 as a group
this year we have a lot of interesting commitments listed at https://indieweb.org/2017-01-01-commitments
I already have notes, replies, favorites, photos - this year I want to own all my RSVPs on my site
At the moment I am manually reposting the RSVPs to the silos as wel
imagine if you had been using meetup for events, and you lost all your history
so tonight's event is posted at http://known.kevinmarks.com/2016/homebrew-website-club-san-francisco-2016-12-28 and I RSVPd at http://tantek.com/2016/355/t2/homebrew-website-club-mozsf
Brid.gy will see the facebook URLs and RSVP there as well
in IRC you can ask 'what is Bridgy?' and Loqi will answer with a definition: http://indieweb.org/irc/2016-12-28/line/1482980959
my next step is to look for my RSVPs and get the event details back from them - parsing the remote event
he has decided to make 100 days of visible improvements to his indieweb sites: https://aaronparecki.com/tag/100daysofindieweb
is there a non-silo'd option for posting video or audio?
archive.org wants you to upload creative commons content, so they will host that for you.
so #100daysofindieweb seems much less hard than composing music every day
there are lots of 100 days things we could do - like 100 days of closing tabs
how about 100 days of contributing to wikipedia? You could just take photos of things and contribute those to wikimedia
how about 100 days of deleting accounts? I bet I have 100 accounts on websites I don't need
100 days of deleting apps that you don't need?
100 days of charity donations - post one every day