Is there a tricked-out version of Ghost that lets you have a blog with all the indieweb stuff without having to do days of setup? I would pay good money for that.

@anildash wow how have i never ever come across IndieWeb before especially with all the research i’ve been doing lately ?!?

@amyhoy What research? It's my area as well. Especially on the #credweb.

Can't know how truth is shaped online until you shaper your own.

Working on next project called #CheckOutMyDomain where library patrons can checkout a domain and get a few gigs storage each year.

jgregorymcverry.com/checkoutmy

Going to apply for a Spencer Small Research Grant for that.

@jgmac1106 i'm researching the history of the social web for a series of articles. as a designer who lived thru Web 2.0, i'm interested in what we lost & what we can re-create.

read your proposal, very interesting. don't forget disabled people when you design the requirements tho… getting to events is not easy

@amyhoy Given your focus and research, perhaps this is the best page for you to start with in regard to the IndieWeb? indieweb.org/lost_infrastructu
Perhaps even more apropos on this thread as the chart was created in response to an @anildash post.

There are also some history specific pages like indieweb.org/history which may be useful to you.

If you have questions, I and others are happy to help!

// @jgmac1106

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