It's been an exciting year in the IndieWeb so far!
June 2016: IndieWeb Summit, Portland
In June, we held our main event in Portland, newly called IndieWeb Summit to differentiate it from the IndieWebCamps happening all over the world.
One of our attendees, Julie Anne, is an amazing photographer and took some great pictures of the event!
We livestreamed the morning keynotes and second day demos, so you can watch them online!
Some people wrote some great blog posts afterwards.
May 2016: Düsseldorf, Germany
We had a great IndieWebCamp in Düsseldorf in May, adjacent to the beyond tellerrand conference.
Steffen Rademacker wrote a great post afterwards and included some of his own photos as well.
April 2016: Nürnberg, Germany
March 2016: MIT, Cambridge
January 2016: New York
December 2015: San Francisco
November 2015: MIT, Cambridge
Homebrew Website Club
Between IndieWebCamp Portland 2015 and IndieWeb Summit 2016, the community organized 102 Homebrew Website Club events across 11 cities worldwide! San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Bellingham, Montréal, Detroit, Brighton, Washington DC, Edinburgh, Göteborg, Nürnberg, and Malmö.
IndieWeb at the W3C
This year, thanks to a lot of effort on the part of everyone participating in the W3C Social Web Working Group, the Webmention specification that started from the IndieWeb community has been published as a Candidate Recommendation by the W3C!
We developed a Webmention test suite so you can test your implementations as well!