Thanks Chris for expanding on Dries' super-welcome post about using Drupal to participate in the independent web first, and push to locked-down privatized pieces of the Internet like Facebook, Twitter, et. al. secondarily!
I'm sure you didn't mean it this way – and honestly i was happy to be alerted to your post by https://
Were you intending to alert us through webmentions, or had we come up in research but didn't end up being included in the finished post?
Dear #indiewebcamp, @mickymetts very much wants campaigns like this to be able to be IndieWeb native— sharing images and profiles, videos, and comments and likes across sites. Advice for initiating a sharing campaign with IndieWeb principles when many people aren't there yet?
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