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This page is a semi-flat archive of direct links to subpages and photos of previous IndieWebCamps.
See events for more upcoming IndieWeb related events (IndieWebCamps, Homebrew Website Club, IndieWeb talks at conferences etc.)
Photos from previous IndieWebCamps!
IndieWebCamp MIT 2015
Main article: 2015/MIT
IndieWebCamp Edinburgh 2015
Main article: 2015/Edinburgh
The first IndieWebCamp in Edinburgh, but just one of many IndieWebCamps!
The importance of owning your data is getting more awareness. To grow it and help people gettings started, we're meeting for a bar-camp like collaboration in Edinburgh for two days of brainstorming, working, teaching, helping.
Join us in Edinburgh and learn how to use open web technologies to empower and – maybe more importantly – encourage users to own their own content and identities.
IndieWebCamp Portland 2015
Main article: 2015
IndieWebCamp Portland 2015 was the 5th annual main IndieWebCamp!
Major milestone: We achieved full SWAT0 interoperability across three different implementations running on three different personal sites, by people using them in three different cities!
IndieWebCamp Brighton 2015
Main article: 2015/Brighton
IndieWebCamp Brighton 2015 is one of many IndieWeb events.
The importance of owning your data is getting more awareness. To grow it and help people get started, we're meeting for a bar-camp like collaboration in Brighton for two days of brainstorming, working, teaching, and helping.
Join us in Brighton and learn how to use open web technologies to empower and – maybe more importantly – encourage users to own their own content and identities.
IndieWebCamp Germany 2015
Main article: 2015/Germany
IndieWebCamp Germany 2015 is one of many IndieWeb events.
Own your data.
Rather than posting content on third-party silos of content, we should all own the content we're creating. Publish on your own domain, and syndicate out to silos.
Join us at sipgate for two days of a BarCamp-style gathering of web creators building and sharing open web technologies to empower users to own their own identities & content, and advance the state of the indie web!
IndieWebCamp Cambridge 2015
Main article: 2015/Cambridge
IndieWebCamp Online 2014
Main article: 2014/Online
IndieWebCamp Cambridge 2014
Main article: 2014/Cambridge
IndieWebCamp UK 2014
Main article: 2014/UK
Main article: 2014
IndieWebCamp 2014, the first main IndieWebCamp held simultaneously in three locations (Portland, New York City, Berlin), took place on and across all three time-zones continuously. See the Guest List for who participated.
IndieWebCamp NYC 2014
Main article: 2014/NYC
IndieWebCamp SF 2014
Main article: 2014/SF
IndieWebCamp Hollywood 2013
Main article: 2013/Hollywood
IndieWebCamp UK 2013
Main article: 2013/UK
IndieWebCamp UK 2013, the second IndieWebCamp in the UK, took place on and immediately following dConstruct 2013 on 6 September. See the 2013 UK Guest List for who participated (see also: listings on lanyrd, Lighthouse, and Brighton Digital Festival)
Main article: 2013
IndieWebCamp 2013, the third IndieWebCamp in Portland, took place on and immediately following OSBridge 2013 on June 18-21. See 2013 Planning for how we made it happen and the 2013 Guest List for who participated (see also: listings on calagator, lanyrd, and plancast)
IndieWebCamp UK 2012
Main article: 2012/UK
Main article: 2012
IndieWebCamp 2012, the second IndieWebCamp, took place on and immediately following OSBridge 2012 on June 26-29. See 2012 Planning for how we made it happen and the 2012 Guest List for who participated (see also: listings on calagator, lanyrd, and plancast)
Main article: 2011
IndieWebCamp 2011 was on and immediately following OSBridge 2011 on June 21-24. See 2011 Planning for how we made it happen. Check out the amazing Demos that were worked on in Day 2 of IndieWebCamp 2011.
How to organize
How to organize an IndieWebCamp.
Consider first organizing a Homebrew Website Club meetup
To organize an IndieWebCamp, you need:
When actually doing the IndieWebCamp, you need to at least do:
After (or during if you can keep up)
Main article: FAQ
Why is there a high bar for registering
Q: Why is there a high bar for registering for an IndieWebCamp event? (signing in using IndieAuth and adding yourself to the wiki)
A: In short, because we have very high respect for IndieWeb creators and especially for their time.
IndieWeb creators that participate in IndieWebCamp create (code/UX/design/style/graphics) and openly share & contribute at least some of their creations.
Longer: to see if IndieWebCamp is right for you. See also: Who is the audience for IndieWebCamp.
Every aspect of signing up for IndieWebCamp has been deliberately designed for you and other creators to be maximally productive during your scarce and valuable time at IndieWebCamp.