If you missed today’s Small Is Beautiful live stream, you can watch the recording here:

We talked about Laura’s work on @better and Site.js Hugo templates, @margodeweerdt’s lovely illustrations for the photo blog template, and my preliminary work on Place – the fork of Site.js that I’m working on specifically for the Small Web.

@aral @better @margodeweerdt arrrgh dam I did my meetings over ran and I didn’t see my calendar alert will watch thanks

@aral brilliant as always! I particularly enjoyed seeing Laura’s theme (without even looking into it I know there must be some great accessibility nuggets;) Also, great news with the Place and pioneering the communication between personal sites using WebSockets. All that sounds exciting looking forward!

By the way, I would love to see in the future some introduction or tutorial on steps how you would recommend hosting the Site.js publicly. Thanks!

@aral My goodness! I love the idea behind the Place project!! 😍

- to showcase my keys to world to be sure if something's from really me
- to store a git repo of the site source so that anyone can clone my website in an instant
- ability to install plugins to do fancy stuff
- using to communicate between site to site without central authority really feels like the future of the web!

@adnan360 @aral i like to visit /robots.txt for fun. It would be nice to have more standard paths for cool stuff.

@psiie @aral Eventually when it gets more stable, we should have a doc of the urls and their syntax etc. written down as a standard.

This way many third party projects/apps can use the standard to communicate with my site.

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