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There you go: release candidate 1 for the #drupal #indieweb module. Time for a little party! https://www.drupal.org/project/indieweb/releases/8.x-1.0-rc1
For the IndieWeb Day 3 challenge, I saw on the To Do list that we needed to clean up the Personal Domains page and the Domain Registrar page and merge them. I took a swing at it, and it can be seen here. If you have further thoughts, please help contribute!
Every day in December, the IndieWeb is trying to collectively ship an update. Today, I created a stub for the 2019 Austin IWC page, and Aaron Parecki published it live on the server! So that's day 2! It's missing the schedule and sponsors because I didn't have that info, but it'll be added soon enough πŸ™‚
Thinking through planning the IndieWebCamp Online event. Right now, it looks like we might be scheduling it for the weekend of March 9 and 10, 2019. Anyone who is thinking about participating have any huge conflicts with that weekend? If so, let me know!
I just added the ability to add audience to my posts. For public posts It adds a small description at the top of the post defining who the audience of the post is. For example, I have a reply I wrote for an online class. In the future, it will control who can see a private post.
I just added support for the Micropub Category List query to my website. Looking forward to adding support to Indigenous for iOS in the near future as well. This is the first of many goals completed for #newwwyear 2019.
I posted my #newwwyear 2019 #indieweb goals, it’s quite ambitious. But if I complete all of them, my bonus goal is getting some movement on tracking my books and reading in my website. https://eddiehinkle.com/2018/11/15/5/article/
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