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2019

  1. ↩️ In reply to Justin Avery
    I’d consider myself a beginner; I found it very approachable, and it strengthened my core JS knowledge, making me more confident to explore more advanced topics. I think it’s best...
  2. ↩️ In reply to Andy Bell
    I’ve been thinking about this ever since you posted it, and this realisation resonates really strongly with me. Coding is a means to an end for me now, rather than...
  3. ↩️ In reply to a previous note
    I think I’m going to try to make this happen. For a long time I have been building my site on a mostly vanilla Jekyll set-up as an example of...
  4. ↩️ In reply to Bridging the Indieweb and the Fediverse with Bridgy Fed, part 1 by Neil Mather
    Neil, this is both remarkably well-written and informative! I have to agree with all the points you’ve raised, particularly about the high barrier to entry for non-technical folks wanting to...
  5. ↩️ In reply to Ana Rodrigues
    I definitely have improvements to make, but at present I use the Twitter API to create a tweet, and I pull the URL of the tweet from the response into...
  6. ↩️ In reply to Jacky Alciné
    That’s totally fair—I think development can and should be a joy wherever possible! I don’t think that strict adherence to a standard trumps happiness—I think the opposite—but I do often...

2018

  1. ↩️ In reply to Homebrew Website Club London
    📅 Sadly, I won’t be able to attend, but if you’ve ever been curious about content ownership, IndieWeb, or new ways to tinker on your website, Homebrew Website Club London is...