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Greg McVerry

@Cambridgeport90 We use Zoom and etherpad the Open Collective meetings will always be listed on the Events for wiki

Greg McVerry

@Cambridgeport90 The locations and check ins Known just work. See mine here https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/content/locations/ @cleverdevil even posts his location for every time he publishes. The RSVP and Events are best in class compared to other solutions.

Greg McVerry

@rdene915 Great piece. I added your article https://rdene915.com/2018/11/01/why-students-should-blog/ to the IndieWeb page about education.

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

@actualham I probably sound like a broken record but the community probably one of the best in the wild examples of . All run using IRC, wikis, and HTML.

Greg McVerry

I just registered for IndieWebCamp NYC 2019 https://ti.to/indiewebcamp/indiewebcamp-nyc-2019

Greg McVerry

@jgmac1106 @hrheingold You try to catch the next one, or if you prefer f2f I think there is an ongoing Homebrew Website Club at the Mozilla office in San Fran: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-08-21-homebrew-website-club notes from EDU Meet Up: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/Education_Meet_Up

Greg McVerry

That's a wrap for the in Education meetup. @willtmonroe and I discussed how to model reflection as assessment in blogging, how meet ups like homebrew website club help students in blogging, and how best to intro students to the ideas of PLN. Video up soon

Greg McVerry

In fifteen minutes we are starting our weekly summer conversation on , and Join us here: https://zoom.us/j/861122340

Greg McVerry

This is why Dewey is one of my favorite writers about the web: https://twitter.com/mweinraub87/status/1159845324913106944

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