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dang now i feel bad abt not working on my indieweb-capable site for like. a year :blobcattilt:

bleh

@00dani counterpoint: I've worked endlessly on the backend and server and formatting, but have yet to really write any blog posts hehe

@petra indieweb.org, it's basically a set of standards you can make your personal site follow to make it federate with other people's personal sites? it's similar to activitypub in a way, but much simpler and focused on single-user personal websites

mastodon does actually use some of the indieweb stuff too, there's a standard called microformats2 that lets you use html classes to describe things like "this part of the page is a blog post and it was written by this person" in a way programs can understand, and masto uses those classes too

@petra there's also:

indieauth, which is the aspect of the system that initially fascinated me: basically it's a simplified and focused version of oauth 2.0 that lets you securely authenticate yourself to arbitrary indieauth-supporting sites using your personal site's url As Your Identity

micropub, which is a protocol for clients to your site to create and edit posts - micropublish.net/ and quill.p3k.io/ support it for example

webmention, which lets you reply to a post on someone else's site by making a post on your site, and is also hilariously simple - you literally just pass your post's url to a particular endpoint on their server to say "hey i just mentioned you lol"

it's neat stuff!

@petra my site at 00dani.me/ has microformats2 markup on it and fully supports indieauth? however it mostly supports micropub but doesn't let you edit posts, and it sends webmentions but can't receive them

so yeah. a definite work in progress

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