“Getting More Women Involved in the #Indieweb” - https://tracydurnell.com/2021/09/26/getting-more-women-involved-in-the-indieweb/
"There is an alternative to corporate bubbles online — it’s called the IndieWeb. Build your own personal websites, control your online presence, and learn on your own terms."
“Self-hosters” - whether it be a website, a federating instance, or other software is the beating heart of #indieweb. https://www.vice.com/en/article/pkb4ng/meet-the-self-hosters-taking-back-the-internet-one-server-at-a-time
"Everything from everyone all the time is too much. It's unnatural and it's unhealthy. We weren't built to listen to hundreds if not thousands of people every day.
Tools that let individuals publish, but do not seek to amplify them or force them viral, give us that natural, human scale."
"TL;DR = Online community predates the web. It was built on open protocols and platforms of the early internet. That spirit lived on in Web 1.0. We lost some of that with Web 2.0 and centralized service providers, but we’re not beyond redemption."
"I feel after 5 years of work, things started to come together. We have a robust collection of plugins and opportunities. But over the coming months, there are some long term goals that need to be achieved...."
A good overview of all things #indieweb: both technical and philosphical: https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/10/20/indieweb-talk/
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