Even when you #OwnYourData 100%, many might find little agency in being able to 'edit properties on JSON objects'. What level of handedness would be meaningful to them?
Me, you, and us in software I've been thinking about these three framings of what is possible with a specific technology: 1. Look what I can do 2. Look what you can do 3. Look what we can do An example of the first would be when someone (maybe an
We're going to present 'the simplest possible integrations' for the various protocols. Noel De Martin has already started a Hello World for SOLID. Rosano will try one or both of remoteStorage and Fission (although a volunteer for either would be very much appreciated). Be welcome to join us and ask
Rosano and cblgh and invite you to a show-and-tell. Come and share what projects you’re working on: experiments, works-in-progress & under construction, mundane or extraordinary—anything goes, as long as it’s yours~ See also the previous swap. Summary Over a dozen people attended or presented a wide range of
* Gordon Brander works on a tool for imagination, and recently wrote about composability with other tools. * Rosano works on various Zero Data apps like Hyperdraft and Launchlet. Reading Inspiration Composability with other toolsInteroperability, exchange, and composition are some of my primary motivations for building Subconscious. Why isn’t interoperability more
I had a great chat with Rafael Kennedy about Zero Data apps, the different protocols, what it's like to build them, tradeoffs compared to traditional designs. Note: At the beginning I had said 'Thanks for inviting me', but due to audio issues it recorded as sort of cold silence. https:
Thanks to everyone who attended and made this such a great conversation. Rosano took more extensive notes but unfortunately lost the data (!), and would encourage participants to summarize their thoughts in the comments. Participants * Alexander Cobleigh works on cabal peer-to-peer chat (like Slack but no account and no server). * Geoffrey
A group discussion about earning a living building software without holding other people’s data. Open-source licensing, payment models, and more. Building Zero Data Apps & Entrepreneurship with RosanoA group discussion about earning a living building software without holding other people’s data. Open-source licensing, payment models, and more. @Rosano, featured
After brainstorming there now exists a page for Easy Indie App which promotes the idea of self-hosting via ‘one-click install’ systems like Cloudron, Caprover, and Yunohost. Any feedback is welcome and the code is open-source. Easy Indie AppRun your own X
in a few clicks.
in a few clicks.
Publishing my 5th web app today. You can use it to collect and enjoy video or audio links from different platforms and keep a record of what you’ve played. JoyboxA pinboard for audiovisual media. time description 00:00 Intro 00:24 Collection 00:54 Add with one click 02: