Thanks to everyone for coming to IndieWeb Summit 2017! We had a fantastic and productive weekend!
This year was the best documented IndieWeb event yet! Thanks to everyone who contributed to documenting the sessions and demos!
We started off with a few keynotes, videos of which you can find below:
What is the IndieWeb (6min) - Aaron Parecki
- State of the IndieWeb (15min) - Tantek Çelik
- A Brief History of My Website (19min) - Lillian Karabaic
- Indie Map (26min) - Ryan Barrett
We then continued with everyone in the room introducing themselves in under a minute each, and demoing something on their website. (Video 32min)
We had a variety of unconference sessions on Saturday, all of which have video archives as well as thorough notes! You can find the sessions and videos linked from the Saturday schedule page!
On Sunday we started with two workshops:
Intro to IndieWeb Building Blocks, a quick overview of Microformats, Webmention, WebSub and Micropub
- IndieWebifying your WordPress
After an afternoon of creating things, we ended the day with demos! We even have a full transcript and video of the demos!
Photos and Blog Posts
You can also find more photos from the weekend, and a few people have already written some great wrap-up posts on their websites!
IndieWeb Summit 2017 Recap by Jonathan LaCour
- Martijn van der Ven
- IndieWeb Appreciation by Gregor Morrill
More IndieWeb Summit wrap-up posts will be posted on IndieNews as they happen!
Thanks to our Supporters
I'd like to give a huge thanks to all of our supporters who make this possible! Mozilla, Bridgy, Donut.js, CSVConf, as well as our monthly supporters on our Open Collective page, and everyone who contributed specifically for this event during registration!
Stay in Touch!
If you haven't yet, join our Slack room or IRC channel (they're connected) and introduce yourself! We stay in touch year-round to continue the excitement and the work we're doing, as well as organize future events!
Speaking of future events, we have more events coming up!
Homebrew Website Club on July 12 in Berlin, Nürnberg, Brighton, London, Baltimore, Bellingham, San Francisco and Portland
- Check our Events page for future Homebrew Website Club meetups as well! They happen every 2-4 weeks in several cities!
- IndieWebCamp Berlin - November 4th and 5th