Unfortunately the weather gods were against us on day 2, with some pretty horrendous downpours first thing in the morning.
Although a few of us made it in, it was more difficult for others, so I classed it as a “work-from-home” exercise, and we kept in touch through the #indieweb channel in the Digital Oxford Slack. Despite this, everyone was still enthused and carried on with their projects.
A few of the participants wrote up their experiences:
- Beverley Newing - 2018 Oxford Indie Web Camp.
- Marcus Povey - #Indiewebcamp Oxford.
- Henry Blyth - IndieWeb is seriously cool.
As for myself, I’m very pleased with what I achieved over the last couple of days. My webmentions are a lot tidier now, and I did a lot of cleaning up behind the scenes, bits and pieces that have been on the to-do list for a while.
Overall it feels like the first IndieWebCamp Oxford went well and people got a lot out of it. It was good to hang out with a group all working on something personal. It’s got me thinking that maybe we need something more regular. An Oxford chapter of the Homebrew Website Club perhaps?