100DaysOfIndieWeb

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100DaysOfIndieWeb est un défi pour envoyer quelque chose en rapport avec l'IndieWeb pendant 100 jours. Le défi peut être lancé à tout moment, et tout ce que vous devez faire c'est de vous engager à démarrer, puis de faire un post avec la balise #100DaysOfIndieWeb sur votre site Web personnel chaque fois que vous avez terminé quelque chose. Chaque projet peut être aussi petit que vous voulez, mais doit être quelque chose que vous pouvez démontrer dans une capture d'écran ou une vidéo. Inspiré par le 100DayProject.

Les seules exigences pour chaque «chose»  :

  • ce doit être quelque chose que vous utilisez vous-même
  • ce doit être quelque chose avec un résultat visible (par exemple, un effet visible sur la présentation de votre page Web, ou une amélioration à un outil open source)

C'est correct si c'est un changement minuscule superbe ! Lorsque vous avez terminé, affichez une capture d'écran ou une vidéo démontrant la modification apportée à votre site Web et taguez-la avec les marqueurs "100DaysOfIndieWeb" et "indieweb". Si vous avez une page regroupant tous vos posts avec un tag, vous avez déjà une URL que vous pouvez utiliser pour partager vos résultats. Sinon, trouvez un autre moyen de rassembler tous vos messages dans une page.

Communauté IndieWeb

Voici les personnes qui participent au défi. Ajoutez-vous ci-dessous si vous avez une page qui relie tous vos messages de défi ! Ou vous pouvez ajouter ici les liens vers vos messages individuels

Brainstorming

Plus de projets 100 jours

Projets 100 jours à étudier :

  • #100daysofmusic
  • 100 jours de blogging — de véritables posts d'articles et non pas de simples petites notes sur des sujets atomiques et spécifiques
    • à construire évidemment sur n'importe quel autre projet "100 jours" parce que vous pouvez bloguer sur ce projet du jour
    • 100 jours de photos serait une autre variante
  • 100 jours d'open source — déposer une nouvelle fonctionnalité ou une correction de bug à un projet open source chaque jour (de préférence sur un projet open source)
  • 100 jours de discardia — Donner, vendre ou se débarrasser de n'importe quel objet physique dans votre vie au moins un par jour. Gardez une règle un pour un pour toutes les acquisitions qui ne comptent pas vers cet objectif afin de garder la réduction du # d'objets totaux chaque jour.
  • 100 jours de fermeture d'onglets — pour ceux parmi nous qui ont >100 onglets ouverts sur nos navigateurs, traitez/fermez (au moins) un onglet par jour, et écrivez pourquoi vous pensez que vous l'aviez ouvert, quel action vous avez prise. De la même façon, fermez tout onglet que vous avez ouvert durant le projet et ne comptez pas ceux qui tendent vers l'objectif.
  • 100 jours de contributions sur Wikipedia — contribuer à au moins une phrase ou paragraphe ayant du sens (ou un article complet) sur Wikipedia chaque jour. Garder une trace de vos ajouts, et regardez combien ont été "bloqués" après 100 jours.
  • 100 jours de pose yoga — faire une pose différente de yoga chaque jour, et poster une photo (variante de 100 jours de photos)
  • 100 jours de lectures de chapitres — lire au moins un chapitre d'un livre chaque jour et poster un post lu en rapport sur votre site personnel.
  • 100 jours d'origami — faire un origami différent chaque jour et poster une photo de lui
  • 100 jours de 10 origamis de grues — produire 10 origamis de grues chaque jour, et postez une photo de l'ensemble complet en progrès, en finissant 1000 grues en origami au total.
  • 100 jours de nettoyage de comptes — effacer un compte silo par jour, poster à son propos et ajoutez-le à silo-quits.
  • 100 jours d'effacement d'apps natives — effacer une app native par jour sur votre terminal (mobile), en remplaçant (facultatif) son usage par une web app, poster sur ce que vous avez effacé et par quoi vous la remplacez, et ajoutez-la à iwc:app-quits.
  • ...


Si vous vous sentez vous-même plus comme une personne d'idée que comme un bâtisseur :

  • 100 jours pour parvenir à 100 jours de projets - poster (ou ajouter, par exemple ici dans Brainstorming) un nouveau projet spécifique de 100 jours qui semble être au moins raisonnablement réalisable, peut-être quelque chose que vous pourriez même faire (seul).

Si vous avez BEAUCOUP de temps de vos mains:

  • '100 jours de lancement de projets de 100 jours' - commencez un nouveau projet de 100 jours chaque jour pendant 100 jours. Oui, cela signifie que le jour 100 de ce projet, vous ferez 100 projets *différents* individuels si vous êtes capable de suivre, puis cela diminuera de 1 chaque jour jusqu'à ce que vous terminiez avec le 100e jour du 100e projet le jour 199.

Dates de démarrage possible

  • Maintenant
  • 2017-01-01 les 100 premiers jours de 2017
  • 2017-01-20 Ouvrez la compétition avec le nouveau Président US pour voir si vous pouvez être plus positivement productif durant ces 100 premiers jours
  • ...

Voir aussi


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A 100 days project in the IndieWeb community is a challenge to do or make something and post about it on your own site every day for 100 days. The challenge can be started at any time, you commit to starting, and then make a post every day, typically with the #100Days tag (or a custom hashtag) on your personal website when you finish something for that day.

Each project can be as small as you want. Inspired by the 100DaysOfIndieWeb project which was inspired by the 100DayProject:

How do you start?
Decide to do a 100 day project. Pick a start date -- and an ending date 100 days later. Then do one thing a day for 100 days (mornings are especially good).

Do something quick, creative, and do it without fear. Don't think too much, or better yet, don't think at all! See where it leads.

The only requirements for each 100 days project "thing" is:

  • It must be something you did yourself.
  • It must be something with a publicly visible result.

How to

How to do a 100 days project:

  • every day (before 10-11am ( Aaron Parecki's approach))
  • make or do something that you can immediately write about or publish
    • It's okay if it's a super tiny thing!
  • When you finish, post it or about it, and tag it, e.g. #100Days (or a custom extension like #100DaysOfIndieWeb, see examples below).
    • Optional: start post (name or content) with "Day N: " where N is 1 to 100, representing the day and post number for your "100 days of " series.

Project Page:

  • Find some other way to collect all your posts into a page on your website or your wiki user page.
  • If you have pages on your site that aggregates all your posts with a tag, then you already have a URL you can use to share your progress & results, though you may want a way to filter by year, or show a specific instance of a project if you do it more than once.
  • You can also post a blog post summarizing / listing your 100 days posts to date.

100 days projects

The following 100 days indieweb projects have been successfully completed by at least one person! Feel free to try one of these or ask the people that did them what they thought of the experience! Or if you’re feeling particularly daring and want to explore new territory: more 100 days projects.

100 Days of IndieWeb

100DaysOfIndieWeb is a challenge to ship something IndieWeb-related every day for 100 days. Make a post every day with the #100DaysOfIndieWeb tag on your personal website when you finish something for that day. Each project must be something you can demonstrate in a screenshot or video. Inspired by the 100DayProject:

How do you start?
Decide to do a 100 day project. Pick a start date -- and an ending date 100 days later. Then do one thing a day for 100 days (mornings are especially good).

Do something quick, creative, and do it without fear. Don't think too much, or better yet, don't think at all! See where it leads.

The only requirements for each indieweb "thing" is:

  • It must be something you use yourself
  • It must be something with a publicly visible result (e.g. has a visible effect on the presentation of your web page, or is an improvement to an open source tool)

Completions:

How to 100 Days of IndieWeb

How to do 100 days of indieweb:

  • every day (before 10-11am ( Aaron Parecki's approach))
  • make something indieweb-related that you will use immediately (selfdogfood)
    • It's okay if it'a a super tiny change!
  • When you finish, post a screenshot or video demonstrating the change to your website, and tag it with "100DaysOfIndieWeb" and "indieweb".
    • Optional: start post (name or content) with "Day N: " where N is 1 to 100, representing the day and post number for your "100 days of " series.

If you have a page that aggregates all your posts with a tag, then you already have a URL you can use to share your results. Otherwise, find some other way to collect all your posts into a page on your website or your wiki user page.

100 Days of Music

#100daysofmusic Completions:

100 Days of Open Source

100 days of open source — commit some new functionality or a bug fix to an open source project each day (preferably an indieweb open source project!)

Completions:

100 Days of Positive Posts

#100DoPP — post something positive, whether something positive you did, a positive / constructive idea or suggestion, or even sharing / recommending something positive someone else is doing or suggesting. Preferably *before* posting anything negative that same day.

Completions:

100 Words in 100 Days

100 Poems in 100 Days

2020

Positive Posts

Photos

  • For 2020, Tantek Çelik has completed 49 days of photos — take a photo every day, and post it the same day (or the day after but hashtagged for its day).

2019

More than 7 days of site work

2018

Below are people who started participating in a 100 Days indieweb-related project (brainstorming and other durations ok!) in 2018.

Pick something from the lists of possible projects below, start, and add yourself!

If you have a page that links to all of your challenge posts, link to that! Or you can add links to your individual posts here as well.

100 Days of IndieWeb

Partially completed:

100 Days of Positive Doing Posting Days

#100PDPD

For 2018, Tantek Çelik decided to do 100 Positive Doing then Posting Days:

  1. Every day: *do* something positive in-person (not just online)
  2. Post about it on your own site (take a physical note and post it later)
  3. Ideally post about it before posting anything critical (or negative) that same day

More details: http://tantek.com/2018/002/t1/hello

8 days completed:

2017

100 days projects completed in 2017.

100 Days of IndieWeb

100 Days of Music

#100daysofmusic

100 Days of Open Source

100 days of open source — commit some new functionality or a bug fix to an open source project each day (preferably an indieweb open source project!)

100 Days of Positive Posts

#100DoPP — post something positive, whether something positive you did, a positive / constructive idea or suggestion, or even sharing / recommending something positive someone else is doing or suggesting. Preferably *before* posting anything negative that same day.

2015

100 Words in 100 Days

2011

A Month of Posting

AKA National Blog Posting Month.

Other durations

10 Days of Reading Chapters

#100chapters - Read at least one chapter of a book each day, and post a read post accordingly on your own site.

About a week

Brainstorming

More 100 days projects

Additional 100 days projects to consider:

Make and create

  • 100 days of blogging — actual article posts, not just notes, on specific atomic subjects
    • obviously can build on any other 100 days project because you can blog about that day's project
  • 100 days of photos — take and post a photo every day, can also build on any 100 days project that requires a photo
    • 100 days of positive photos — post a positive photo as your first post in a day, for 100 days. Ok to also post negative / critical photos, just make sure the first photo you post on a day is positive.
  • 100 days of new IndieWeb wiki articles — create a new meaningful and appropriate article on the wiki that is directly relevant to the IndieWeb every day, and post a public note about it (like this), inviting contributions from others!
    • See to-do for ideas and ask in the #meta discussion channel for suggestions.
    • Check Wanted Pages (red links) and create them in apparent desired priority / number of links!
    • Keep track of your additions, and see how many have "stuck" after 100 days (i.e. not been deleted, merged, redirected, or otherwise removed).
  • 100 days of new Wikipedia articles — create a new meaningful article about a notable subject (i.e. following all Wikipedia rules/guidelines) every day, and post a public note about it, inviting contributions from others!
    • Check the Wikipedia Most Wanted Articles for topics you have have interest / expertise in
    • Find a Wikipedia WikiProject that interests you and check their list of wanted pages
    • Keep track of your new articles, and see how many have "stuck" after 100 days (i.e. not been deleted, merged, redirected, or otherwise removed).
  • 100 days of docs — each day, create new shared public documentation for something like an open-source project or web standard, and post a public note about it, inviting contributions from others!
    • Check open-source projects you use or have made for documentation requests
    • Consider things you do or have figured out that aren't well-described somewhere else
    • Keep track of your new docs, and see how many have "stuck" after 100 days (i.e. not been deleted, merged, redirected, or otherwise removed).
  • 100 days of origami — make a different origami each day, and post a photo of it
  • 100 days of 10 origami cranes — make 10 origami peace cranes each day, and post a photo of the full set in progress, finishing 1000 origami cranes in total

Reinforce the good

  • 100 days of positive news — find and post a link (citation) to a positive news article published that same day, to help counteract the counterproductive impacts of negative news
  • 100 days of IndieWeb wiki contributions
  • 100 days of Wikipedia contributions — contribute at least one meaningful sentence or paragraph (or a whole article) to Wikipedia each day. Keep track of your additions, and see how many have "stuck" after 100 days.
  • 100 days of docs — each day, improve documentation for something (could be open-source projects you use or have made, could be things you do or have figured out that aren't well-described somewhere else)
  • 100 days of yoga poses — do a different yoga pose each day, and post a photo of it
  • 100 days of listening — listening to audiobooks or podcasts? Could be something like listen to a podcast a day or 30 minutes of an audiobook a day. Then post a listen post
  • 100 days of following — Publish a note or a following post for one person each day that people should add to their readers.
  • ...

If you consider yourself more an idea person than a builder:

  • 100 days of coming up with 100 days projects — post (or add, e.g. here in Brainstorming) a new specific 100 days project that seems at least reasonably feasible, perhaps something you might even do (on its own).
  • '100 days of prompts'- Each day post a challenge for others to complete. This could be a photo challenge, quotes to reflect on, or a writing prompt.

If you have LOTS of time on your hands:

  • 100 days of starting 100 days projects — start a new 100 days project each day for 100 days. Yes that means on day 100 of this project you will be doing 100 *different* individual projects if you're able to keep up, then it will decrease by 1 each day until you're finished with the 100th day of the 100th project on day 199.

Let go of things and services

  • 100 days of discardia — donate, sell or otherwise get rid of some physical object in your life at least one per day. Keep a one in one out rule for any acquisitions which then don't count towards this goal so you keep reducing # of total objects each day.
  • 100 days of closing tabs — for those of us with >100 tabs open across our browsers, process/close (at least) one tab per day, and write about why you think you had it open, what action you took accordingly. Similarly, close any tabs you open during the project, and don't count those towards the goal.
  • 100 days of deleting accounts — delete one silo account a day (not counting any you sign-up for), post about it, and add it to silo-quits.
    • Tantek Çelik seriously considering for 2018, though harder than deleting apps (would want to document data-retention policies, how to delete all silo data, screenshots etc.)
  • 100 days of deleting native apps — delete one native app a day from your (mobile) device, optionally replacing its usage with a web app, post about what you're deleting and what you're replacing it with, and add it to app-quits.
  • 100 days of unsubscribing from mailing lists — unsubscribe to one email-list every day and post about leaving it, why did you join the in the first place, why it no longer serves you or is no longer a priority. If you reach zero before 100 days are up you're done! Or if you reach zero optional ones, e.g., you're still subscribed to "required" lists for work.
  • ...

Community contributions

  • 100 days of filing GitHub issues — file a new GitHub issue (either bug or feature request) on an open repo (OSS, web standards, personal sites etc.) a day (unique, novel issues, check for similar / duplicates first). Preferably across multiple projects, not just one project, and ideally 100 different projects!
  • 100 days of creating pull requests — submit a (GitHub) pull request that fixes a bug or adds a feature on an open repo (OSS, web standards, personal sites etc.) every day.

Regular maintenance

  • 100 days of changing passwords — instead of deleting accounts, change one (silo) account password a day (idea from Aaron Parecki in chat, presumably no repeats). Not sure what the point of posting about it would be? To remind others to change their password on that site?

Previous Projects Started

  • 100 Days of 500 Words - write a post that is exactly 500 words (human language of choice) every day for 100 days.

Possible Start Dates

  • Now
  • ...

Other Durations

These may be deserving of a separate article themselves, or perhaps a more general "n days goal" page which links to and summarizes this page and the other (perhaps seasonal) durations.

30 Days

If 100 days seems to intimidating, perhaps start with a smaller number like 30 days as a goal. E.g.

10 Days

  • 10 Days of Twitter or #10DoT is an online course which, in 10 minutes a day over 10 days, gets participants tweeting and building up your professional network. It was built for educators and researchers to build work related networks on Twitter. (This could potentially be used as a model for gradually helping people set up their own online IndieWeb presences over the span of a few days' work.)

December and or 24 Days

24 days (first of December) is another pre-existing (if seasonal) duration of "do something every day". E.g.

2017 IndieWeb Challenge - unofficial (was "advent calendar"), and mostly happened!

See Also


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