Posts Tagged with 'decentralization'
RSS is a wonderful technology, but there is a pitfall content creators need to be aware of, one which can destroy RSS readership overnight.
Hopefully in-person meet-ups will prove much easier in 2022 - but, there’s still a need for video calls, so let’s face it, they’re here to stay. This makes it really exciting to present Element Call: the world’s first decentralised voice and video conferencing app powered entirely
A retrospective of how things have gone until year end 2021, and based on that some thoughts on where it should go in 2022.
Man, this is really sad to hear. Luckily, Search My Site isn't going anywhere right now, but costs steadily rising while usage remains steadily low is disheartening. We really need independent infrastructure like this, but we have to find a way to support it without advertisement.
Of recent indexing failures, 62% are sites going offline, 19% are sites where robots.txt blocks indexing, and 5.5% are where Cloudflare blocks indexing.
Every once in a while, a new platform pops up in the fediverse that legitimately surprises me. As the ecosystem continues to grow and shift and change, new apps emerge with completely new kinds of fu
Over the last few months, I have spent a lot of time thinking about, talking about, and building a search engine. The search engine was first designed for my blog and then I expanded it into IndieWeb Search, a search engine for the IndieWeb community. Working on this project has been interesting but also challenging. Search involves solving many different problems, even if your intention is only to build a search engine for your own website.
Bookmark of http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=3380
Boost of https://seirdy.one/2021/03/10/search-engines-with-own-indexes.html
Bookmark of https://www.fastcompany.com/90597411/mozilla-firefox-no-ssb-pwa-support
Like of https://coxy.co/2133/how-to-find-and-join-new-matrix-chat-rooms/
A nice list of matrix servers, for reference