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My quick thoughts, back stage, and rants as I try to Teach kids about the Web while learning how to help others build a better Web.

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Greg McVerry

If any participants want help launching a website for themselves or getting student blogging please reach out. You can also check the getting started page: https://indieweb.org/Getting_Started or join us for a free online @IndieWebcamp: https://indieweb.org/2019/Online

Greg McVerry

If any participants want help launching a website for themselves or getting student blogging please reach out. You can also check the getting started page: https://indieweb.org/Getting_Started or join us for a free online @IndieWebcamp: https://indieweb.org/2019/Online

Greg McVerry

@ProBlogBooster Horrible SEO advice. What search engine still parsing for Dublin Core? It makes sense in academic settings where people use DC but for blogging....nahhh...stick with good content

Greg McVerry

I think I now have next posts in my Bloggin in series I am writing for @sunneydeveloper, "Is Your Definition of Success Sexist?" and "Code, Broadcasting, and Blogging: Conflict Resolution in Open Source"

Greg McVerry

@dogtrax It will involve two issues a year. Develop a call and solicit comics exploring some aspect of social media or blogging research...then when no one submits make a few comics twice a year exploring some aspect of social media or blogging research

Greg McVerry

@bridgetstewart And the more awesome people like you two keep learning out loud and blogging how you add tools the stronger and easier the community gets. Make sure to update your pages on the wiki with any relevant "hot-to" or "just added" stuff

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Oops I sent out a link to my staging server...I mean @glitch...I mean my staging server... here is correct link https://jgregorymcverry.com/opensourceblogging.html but seriously open to topic sections for blogging to support open source

Greg McVerry

I have been asked by many @mozilla friends to continue my series on blogging in open source communities. I threw these posts up for @sunnydeveloper in a few days so still rough: https://jgmac1106homepage.glitch.me/opensourceblogging.html but what other topics am I missing? What would people want?

Greg McVerry

@petermolnar @cscarven But for real life, right now benefits for me...they are almost endless. Check out how cool blogging is again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwECN4uVuHg&t=56s and as a teacher I can do thing like webemention badges: https://edu407.jgregorymcverry.com/badges/helloworld.html