IndieWebCamp is a 2-day creator camp focused on growing the independent web

Sponsors

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2014 PDX Sponsors

2014 SF Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2014 SF sponsors:

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Bridgy

Bridgy is an open source project and proxy that implements backfeed as a service. Bridgy sends webmentions for comments, likes, etc. on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram.
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idno.

idno. is a flexible, IndieWeb-compatible platform for building personal and community sites.
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Google

Google
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Mozilla

Mozilla
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p3k

p3k

2013 Hollywood Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2013 Hollywood sponsors:

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Google

Google
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Trsst

Trsst looks and feels like twitter but encrypted and anonymized and decentralized and only you hold the keys

2013 UK Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2013 UK sponsors:

  • Lighthouse (for the venue)
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2013 Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2013 sponsors:

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Google

Google
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Superfeedr

Superfeedr makes RSS feeds realtime by pushing them from publishers to subscribers. We provide both an XMPP and PubSubHubbub/Webhook API and we believe *subscribing* is a key aspect of the IndieWeb. As a user I want to be able to follow my friends on the platform they chose, from the platform I choose!
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idno.

idno. is a flexible, IndieWeb-compatible platform for building personal and community sites.
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Network Redux

Network Redux is a Web Hosting and data service provider based in Portland, Oregon.
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Elemental Technologies

Elemental Technologies is graciously hosting the 2013 event.
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Mozilla

Mozilla


2012 UK Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2012 UK sponsors:

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The Skiff

The Skiff is a not-for-profit community created and run by our members for our members.
The Skiff provided the venue for IndieWebCampUK 2012.
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Clearleft

Our mission is to advance the field of user experience design, one exceptional product at a time.
Clearleft provided sticky notes, sketch paper, pens, and donated anything unused at the end of IndieWebCampUK 2012 to The Skiff.

2012 Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2012 sponsors:

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StatusNet

StatusNet's private and secure Enterprise Social Network enables your teams to collaborate, share insights, solve problems and build relationships in real time.
StatusNet provided lunch on Sunday.
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Mozilla

Our mission is to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet. We are making the Web better for you.
Mozilla provided morning coffee for both days.
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Urban Airship

The Urban Airship platform is the engagement and monetization engine behind thousands of the world’s most successful mobile apps.
Urban Airship provided beer, fruit and snacks for both days.
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Geoloqi

Geoloqi makes it easy to add location to your applications.
Geoloqi provided the venue and breakfast on Saturday morning.


2011 Sponsors

IndieWebCamp thanks the following 2011 sponsors:

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Urban Airship

The Urban Airship platform is the engagement and monetization engine behind thousands of the world’s most successful mobile apps.
Urban Airship provided the venue.
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Tropo

Tropo is a powerful yet simple API that adds Voice, SMS, Twitter, and IM support to the programming languages you already know.
Tropo provided coffee and many miscellaneous expenses.
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Open Source Bridge

Open Source Bridge is a conference in Portland, Oregon for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.
Open Source Bridge provided some food.
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Wieden+Kennedy

Wieden+Kennedy is a full-service, creatively driven advertising agency based in Portland.
Wieden+Kennedy provided lunch.

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