I attended IndieWebCampEast over the weekend and met some good people furthering the web. Like all IndieWebCamps, its well documented thanks to the amazing hosts Chris Aldrich and David Shanske.
I used the time I between the time differences (there was about 5 hours difference between GMT & EST) to make serious changes with my yunohost raspberry pi. Seeing how I mentioned how I wanted to understand more about micropub, indieauth and kinds. A good staring point is my own gratitude diary, as changing my blog is a bit more tricky.
So long story short, I setup wordpress on my Raspberry Pi, got IndieAuth working and was able to post from another micropub server. The most tricky part I found is actually replacing the placeholder image, which I had to SSH into the raspberrypi to replace as there seemed to be no other way?
Not bad for a weekend while locked down during a pandemic.
Massive thanks to all I met at IndieWebCampEast and the knowledge I learned and can now share.
2 thoughts on “Some Indiewebcamp influence on my gratitude habit”
I find Syncovery 9 useful to connect to ssh-only places that I need to copy files from/to. It mean you don’t have to have actual file system access to copy files!
Never heard of it thanks. Will check it out
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