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Wrestling with the ServiceWorker

Dear js gurus in my timeline, is this the correct way to exclude urls from the power of ServiceWorkers?

Beyond Tellerrand 2016 - Matthias Ott

Matthias wrote a nice summary of this year's Beyond Tellerrand Conference in Düsseldorf:

[…] During the four days at the IndieWebCamp and beyond tellerand, I got to know so many nice and interesting people, and enjoyed the most diverse and inspiring talks, so that I left Düsseldorf deeply satisfied and full of new ideas (although they are only new combinations of old ones…). Thanks to everyone I had the chance to meet!
Matthias Ott

Since my first visit of this conference six years ago, this impression has deepened; the way (then) total strangers welcomed me at the first evening's warm-up, ...

Putting the 'I' in Indieweb

It's about time for a write-up of the latest tweaks and developments on my site to get this note/status posting and syndicating over to twitter working, which is still a little bit messy, a mixture of plugins and self-made hacks.

There's still plenty to do, but slowly it is coming together:

- I am using normal WordPress posts, but with the custom post format of 'status' for the 'tweets'. Maybe I'll switch this to a custom post type, which will make excluding these posts from the 'normal' loop and rss feeds ...

Time + Creativity – Christopher Murphy @ Beyond Tellerrand, Düsseldorf 2016


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For one reason or the other, this talk resonated very much with me. The question of how much time we have (left) available and how to spend it, definitely worth your time.

Add class attribute to WordPress "the_tags" markup

I'm in the process of gradually enhancing my site's markup with microformats, in order to "indiewebify" my site further.
On thing I noticed while working on this at the Düsseldorf Indiewebcamp, is that WordPress (or the way my theme handles) tags on posts has no way to get an additional class inside the link markup. I noticed this while POSSEing to flickr -- my categories were transferred, my tags not so much, because the class="p-category" was missing. I found a way to modify the the_tags output by hooking into WP's term_links-$taxonomy filter in my theme's function.php.

Maybe there's a smarter ...

Indiewebcamp Düsseldorf, Day 2

Sitting in my hotel room, watching the sun rise, while some people are having a good time at a party that's happening right next to the hotel…

The bass penetrates everything, walls, windows, even my ear plugs. So, why not use this early hour and reflect on the topics and discussions that happened yesterday?

The discussion around having your website kind of your identity provider, with ways of having your complete 'web output' there, notes, photos, whatnot, and still retaining some kind of 'separate' identities for different relations like a 'professional profile' or for sports/hobby related acquaintance is very interesting to ...

Indiewebcamp Düsseldorf

Right now I'm sitting in the very (very!) nice atrium of Sipgate GmbH in Düsseldorf, and the #Indiewebcamp just started.

Aaron, Tantek, Jeremy, and other Indiewebcampers are demoing their websites, and -- surprise -- there is a picture of me in good company, having a good time, on Jeremy's site.
I'm excited to be here, kicking off the first of this spring's Beyond Tellerrand events.

Let's see what today and tomorrow will bring…

Mathias Bynens - Front-End Performance: The Dark Side

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Watch this 20 minute talk by @mathias at @fronteers and get a glimpse on how the execution time of functions can be used to reveal data about what your browser has in store about you to third parties.

Indiewebcamp Düsseldorf

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After having a splendit time last weekend helping and participating at the Indiewebcamp Nuremberg (as a result of which I know have a 'progressive web app' where before there was only my website ;), I changed my travel plans around the visit of the Beyond Tellerrand conference, and will attend the next Indiewebcamp in Düsseldorf. Yay!
Eager and happy to meet 'Die drei von der Indiewebtankstelle' (Aaron, Tantek and Jeremy) again, and also Joschi and the other attendees in just ...