I have a dream that a young developer, journalist, or my little brother can one day come to @glitch and find all the parts needed to launch a blog with the proper markup and webmention tools to play with the rest of us.
I personally would love to spin up my first CMS by finding and remixing a bunch of different tutorials I find on @glitch.
So I decided to try and curate all of the available projects to find out what we still need to bring someone who may know a little html and development from @glitch onto their own domain with an #IndieWeb blog:
- https://indiewebpost.glitch.me This project originally from @kevinmarks does a quick and dirty post with correct microformats. I remixed it to add indieweb in the title to make it easier to find
- https://dat-quick-indieweb.glitch.me/An experiment of making .dat pages from indieweb pages
- https://indiewebcoursetemplate.glitch.me/A course template with proper(ish) microformats markup
- https://steady-sundial.glitch.me/ Web ring #indieweb style
- https://mastodon-webmention-service.glitch.me/Mastodon webmentions
- https://befitting-price.glitch.me/IndieAuth endpoint
- https://helpful-sphere.glitch.me/ Personal IndieAuth Server
- https://peppermint-author.glitch.me/Micrppub client for reactionary gifs
- https://crocus-garlic.glitch.me/Basic micropub demo app
If you know of any other projects I should include please let me know. I did not include any number of the CMS, build-a-blog, or storage projects on @glitvh but many may become essential.
If you want to help contribute to the Glitch library so we can get more #IndieWeb building blocks just start hacking away and let us all know.