January 5, 2019 at 8:06am
After seeing a micro.blog post by Frank McPherson about the Federated Wiki, I took a look at it.
Created by Ward Cunningham, who happens to be the inventor of the original wiki, the Federated Wiki system appears designed with a more fluid, attractive front-end, supported by the concept that each author should host their own content, rather than relying on a central ‘owner’ of the content - who could go away and take your content with them.
I get the ideal, but I find the implementation confusing. Despite its allure, I don’t think this system is for me.
My 2018 Review
In recognition of the end of another year — 2018 being my 41st on our good planet Earth — this is a short retrospective on the major events that
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Jack Baty is a great member of the Indieweb community. He continually tinkers with online tools and services. His latest experiment is in publishing