IndieWeb Summit is soon, and is shaping up to be an exciting event! We're hosting IndieWeb Summit the same week as the (final) Open Source Bridge, in case you needed another reason to visit Portland! IndieWeb Summit will be Tuesday-Wednesday June 26-27th, with a pre-party the Monday evening before.
If you're at all interested in taking back ownership of your online data, decentralizing the web, independent blogging, or any aspect of having a website, you should consider joining us for this event!
It’s a really friendly, collaborative group of people and it is always inspiring to see what people are making.
You don’t need to be a programmer! In fact, I would love to see more non-programmers attending. We need writers, graphic artists, designers, UX engineers, and anybody that wants to reclaim some of their online presence with a personal website.
One of the distinguishing features of IndieWeb Summit compared to the IndieWebCamp events we run in many other cities throughout the year is we begin day 1 with a few keynote presentations to help set the stage for the two days. This year we're featuring a few special guests during the keynotes.
We've been seeing some exciting progress with IndieWeb readers over the last few months, between my reader Monocle, Eddie's iOS app "Indigenous", and Jonathan and Grant's app "Together". We'll be sharing the latest developments along that front as well!
In addition to IndieWeb Summit, the whole week will be a great lineup of events!
I hope to see you there! You can register now at 2018.indieweb.org!