Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #indieweb
Liked Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki’s post “Building an IndieWeb Reader” on
Over the last several months, I've been slowly putting the pieces in place to be able to build a solid indieweb reader. Today, I feel like I finally have enough in place to consider this functional enough that I am now using it every day! One of t…
In reply to Johan K. Jensen Johan K. Jensen’s post on Twitter
@barryf I’ve been looking into microblogs and IndieWeb, and I gotta say that Transformative looks really nice. :) W…

@johankj Thanks! Yes, although it’s open-source (MIT licence), it’s probably a bit specific to my needs/design to be plug-and-play. I’d be happy to accept patches/issues though.

Microblogging / Paul Robert Lloyd

PRL on Facebook, Twitter, and IndieWeb technologies.

🎉 Jekyll’s default Minima theme now has #microformats baked in to its templates. Really pleased to see my pull request merged in the latest gem release. #indieweb

I’m coming

Liked jr’s post “test note post 05jan2018 i created this…” on
test note post 05jan2018 i created this post at the original post contained only the above line. but i'm attempting to update this post and add this line at i chose the "edit all" button. it worked!!! using the micropubl…
In reply to Aaron Parecki Aaron Parecki’s post “Announcing the IndieAuth Spec!” on
It's been a long time coming, but I've finally published a proper IndieAuth spec! IndieAuth has been around for years, and is even referenced by the Micropub spec. But until now, there wasn't a canonical version of the spec all in one place. Previous…

Nice! 🎉 Looking forward to going through this to see what I’ve missed in my implementations.

Liked Colin Walker Colin Walker’s post “Learning from the past” on
There was a quick conversation on about RSS triggered by a post from Jason Dettbarn which, in turn, was in response to David Sparks' "The case for RSS." The upshot was that Google Reader was both the standard bearer and pall bearer for RSS…
Liked Greg Greg’s post “Finally made some updates to this websit…” on
Finally made some updates to this website! On the surface, slightly refreshed design (single column). Under the hood, the Haskell part is now build with GHC 8.2 and the database is upgraded to Postgres 10. Also, a new section: KnowledgeBase. It's kin…
Liked Sebastian Lasse ن Sebastian Lasse ن’s post on Twitter
Centralized POTUS becomes censored in a Silo + FB helps AfD bastards + bots manipulate + WhatsApp is down++ time for

Bumper Homebrew Website Club London tonight. Thanks everyone for coming 🙌

HWC London group photo

IndieWeb Authorship testing tool

Liked Chris Aldrich’s post “An Introduction to the IndieWeb” on
There’s a better way to own and control your online identity Why IndieWeb? Whether you’re starting a blog, building your personal brand, posting a resume, promoting a hobby, writing a personal journal, creating an online commonplace book, sharing pho…


Indigenous is an iOS app that is in development. Its goal is to provide a native iOS interface to the indieweb movement.

I’m coming.

Liked Drew McLellan’s post “Implementing Webmentions” on
In a world before social media, a lot of online communities existed around blog comments. The particular community I was part of – web standards – was all built up around the personal websites of those involved. As social media sites gained traction…

Homebrew Website Club London group photo

Homebrew Website Club London attendees

New @hwclondon (Homebrew Website Club London) site + new venue at WeWork South Bank Central. Join us Wed 12th - 6pm.

In reply to Andreas Petersell Andreas Petersell’s post “Via IndieWeb kommentieren” on
Via IndieWeb kommentieren 1 min read Thanks to Barry Frost, I have understood in the end how commenting works with IndieWeb: My…

Hi Peter! I’m happy that my article helped explained the basics. The IndieWeb wiki has more detail if you want to read further:

Liked Calum Ryan Calum Ryan’s post “June 28, 2017 Homebrew Website Club…” on
Homebrew Website Club London Year 1 For the past twelve months I’ve been organising a meetup in London for people interested and committed to improving their own websites. Prior to this I’d attended Brighton’s version of the event a few times…