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Jonas Voss

Her er f.eks. et eksempel på den gang det virkede med Facebook også (altså, Known krydsposter opslaget på Facebook, brid.gy hiver kommentarer og reaktioner fra FB-spejlingen, tilbage til dit opslag på din hjemmeside:
https://blog.voss.co/2018/sticky-links---april-14-2018

Facebook lukkede nogle APIer i 2018, så FB-brid.gy gik død. Men jeg kan se, at den gode Ryan Barrett (@snarfed@indieweb.social) sidste år lavede en browserudvidelse der kan løfte opgaven igen: https://snarfed.org/2021-02-18_bridgy-browser-extension-for-facebook.

Jonas Voss

Hvis du synes det lyder spændende, vedkommende, og vigtigt, at opleve en anden måde at internette socialt på, så kan du læse mere om Indieweb på wikien på https://indieweb.org/Getting_Started, og du kan også tjekke denne lille guide til, hvordan du kan indiewebificere dit eget website: https://indiewebify.me/. God fornøjelse (: 3/3

Jonas Voss

Min hjemmeside er baseret på https://withknown.com, et CMS der har Indieweb-ideologien som sin kerne. Jeg kan poste til forskellige steder, direkte fra min blog, f.eks. til Mastodon, Twitter, og Flickr. Jeg kan sågar oprette issues i Github direkte fra min hjemmeside: https://blog.voss.co/2018/im-using-latest-indigenous-release-with-known 3/

Jonas Voss

Altså, at vores online data skal ud af siloerne, og tilbage i vores egne hænder. Jeg har ikke bidraget med noget til bevægelsen, udover min tilstedeværelse til nogle jævnlige meetups i London, og deltagelse i en enkel IndieWebCamp i Dusseldorf i 2019. Og så selvfølgelig ved at praktisere Indieweb selv. 2/

Jonas Voss

Jeg bliver sgu helt begejstret over, at der er kommet så meget ild i Mastodon og, at folk begynder at undersøge hvad fediverset er for noget. Siden 2017 har jeg været uendeligt perifert aktiv i, samt for mine medmennesker sikkert meget aktiv og irriterende proselyt for, Indieweb-bevægelsen. 1/

Jonas Voss

Jonas Voss

Jonas Voss

Watched Kevin Freeney talk about TerminusDB and Rosemary Orchard speak about the benefits of the IndieWeb at this mornings remote only Keynotes . After some site introductions, afternoon sessions are now being planned

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Jonas Voss

Jonas Voss

It's back!

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At IWC in Dusseldorf in May, I managed to break my old website. I broke it, while I was trying to fix it, so that I could export all my old posts, and import them into Known that runs this site. Turns out updating a site with code written in 2003-6 from PHP 5.x to 7.2 can result in a number of things. The main thing being that the site doesn't work any longer.

Not long after IWC I went to one of the meetups in HWC where Calum and Neil were kind to lend me some of their coding and troubleshooting expertise, and guided me to find what had broken. The main issue was that some mysql functions had changed names altogether, and Neil also managed to figure out that variables no longer had global scope, so everything had to get an overhaul.

After the overhaul, the site was loading, but wasn't displaying any posts, and I didn't manage to get that sorted, and I wasn't sure where to start, to be honest. Today, I decided to see if I could fix it, and it turned out ereg_replace doesn't exist anymore, and I use it for some god awful function that converts the plain text of my entries stored in the database, into marked up paragraphs. I didn't manage to figure out how to get that function to work again, so instead I removed it altogether.

The downside is that the text of my posts on my old blog has no paragraphs, but that can be fixed later. The considerable upside is, that my old site is available again, and that I can now focus on figuring out how to get all the entries imported into this site, so that all my old entries can get indiewebified.

Jonas Voss

Oh, I see now. Lancashire, all the best, and hope to catch at some IndieWeb events in the future!

An IndieWeb Webring 🕸💍

Jonas Voss