@neauoire I'm so much into this right now. I'm a motion/graphic designer but I really want to learn a bit of coding and web design to create my personal website, exactly for the reasons stated in the article here. I also really like the philosophy of the IndieWeb. Thanks for the link and the extra motivation. :)

@mauro If you end up building your website, consider adding it to our webring :)

webring.xxiivv.com/

@neauoire Awesome! I'll be honoured. It will take a bit but I'll have my static website at some point :)

@mauro If you end up stuck, don't hesitate to reach out. The majority of us have been there at some point, and it might help having someone to bounce ideas with :)

@neauoire
I am reaaally grooving on this person's website. Becoming an autonomous web and linux citizen has been a goal of mine and therecs a lot of info and experience on that encased here, but also the format is something I intend to study for my own use, just useful and beautiful.

@neauoire
I like how it says just go get a domain and website but doesn't really tell how. Oh i read so much of posts like that when i was trying to make my own website yet it is full of water and doesn't get to the point.

@neauoire
Partially yes. I was thinking about Wordpress using the website builder.
But for now i have problems with connection and can't host myself.
So i kinda left it off for some time

@replikvlt have you considered just using github pages? It might be a good candidate if you have connectivity issues. If you like, I can help you set it up.

@neauoire
Glad you are eager to help. I'll contact you later. And... Thanks!

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