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own your data est un principe IndieWeb avec deux composants-clés : 1) vos données vivent en priorité sur votre propre domaine, et 2) vous maintenez un accès utilisable à ces données au fil du temps.


First, using your own domain gives you control over where people find and interact with you online. When you migrate to a new hosting provider or CMS, if your site stays on the same domain, everyone will still find you, regardless of whether they follow your site in a reader, land directly on your permalinks from other sites or search engines, or even type your domain directly into a browser.

Second, they say that change is the only constant, and web sites are no exception. Whether you stick with a host or CMS for a year, a decade, or a century, you're likely to change something eventually. When you do, you'll need usable access to all of your existing data. This includes export and import, data formats and standards, tools, protocols, permissions, rate limits, and more.

Also see why.


Les Fondamentaux

See and follow these in order:

Par Silo

Engagez-vous à posséder vos données en utilisant votre site, au lieu d'un silo, pour chaque silo que vous utilisez actuellement. Chaque silo que vous arrêtez d'utiliser directement (POSSEr est ok), et l'utilisation à la place de votre propre site, constitue un pas en avant dans la possession de vos données.

Par Type de Post

Engagez-vous à posséder chaque type de publication que vous publiez en utilisant uniquement votre site pour publier des types de publications particuliers (encore une fois, POSSE est correct).

Chaque type de publication que vous arrêtez de publier directement sur tout / tous silo(s) et le fait de toujours utiliser votre propre site pour créer constitue un pas en avant dans la possession de vos données.

Per Post Type Per Silo

A more incremental but still significant step is stop posting a particular type of post to a particular silo, and always use your own site to publish that type of post instead of that silo.

Exemples IndieWeb

INDIEWEB ALL THE THINGS Add yourself here if you:

  • have an indieweb site, and
  • are using it exclusively to post either
    • a particular kind of post (e.g. notes), and/or
    • if you are posting to your site completely instead of a particular silo (e.g. Twitter)

and note what date you started owning your data of what kind(s) of posts, or instead of which silo(s).

For the purpose of this page, please succinctly list, only

  • specific silo(s) you have replaced usage of with your own site. E.g.: I use my own site instead of Twitter (notes, replies, favorites)
  • post type(s) you use your own site for instead of / before any silo posts. E.g.: I post notes on my own site instead of Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, etc.
  • post type(s) instead of specific silo - what post type you use your own site for instead of / before a specific silo. E.g.: I post notes & replies on my own site instead of Twitter.

Optional details, for each of the above post types / or "instead of silos", optionally note which projects or tools help you do so.

Examples of what doesn't count:

  • You post some notes on your own site, and some notes directly to Twitter.
    • Why: All or nothing. Either you've committed and are following through with posting all your content of a specific kind to your own site, or you don't yet "own your data" of that type.

Examples of what belongs on your user page instead:

  • owned other things besides post types / instead of silos (sites, domain names, project installs)
  • what other sites you post to

Examples of what doesn't disqualify you:

  • A small number of test posts on any given silo of any given content type, especially if you're doing it as research for how to best POSSE to that silo, especially if you document the results of your research here on the wiki. Though for research purposes, you really should create one or more separate test accounts on silos.

gRegor Morrill

portrait gRegor Morrill has:


portrait Tantek Çelik has:


  • not yet ownyourreplies. I can't say I yet I follow "ownyourdata" for ALL my replies, as I have posted replies directly to posts on Facebook, whereas I should be posting even those replies on my own site first, and then POSSEing them to Facebook, perhaps via Bridgy publish. Thus I've scoped my "ownyourdata" of replies to only being a replacement for my use of Twitter to post replies.
  • not yet ownyourlikes. I also can't yet say I follow "ownyourdata" for ALL my likes, as I still like photos directly on Instagram, and posts on Facebook.
  • not yet ownyourRSVPs. While I have owned my public RSVPs (especially "going") since 2017-01-01, I still RSVP to private events on Facebook. I’m not sure how to avoid this short of giving up on private FB events.


Modèle:Snarfed has:

  • instead of Instagram, posted:
    • posted photos on his own site always [22], POSSEd manually, backfed via Bridgy
    • read his Instagram stream via instagram-atom instead of the Instagram app
  • instead of Google+, posted on his own site:
    • articles, notes, and photos always, POSSEd manually, backfed via Bridgy


Modèle:Bear has

  • owned his articles since 2003-12-18. [23].
  • owned his own replies since May of 2014.
  • owned his own replies to others since November of 2014 but until I add in-reply-to' markup I cannot call them comments.

Aaron Parecki


Modèle:Kartik has:

  • owned his articles since 2013-06-01. Invictus.
  • owned his notes since 2014-03-08. [35].
  • instead of Twitter, posted on his own site:
  • instead of Google+, posted on his own site:
    • notes and manual POSSE to Google+ since ??
  • instead of on others blogs not supporting webmentions, posted on his own site:
    • replies and manual POSSE replies to others blogs not supporting webmentions since 2014-08-28. original

Ben Werdmuller

portrait Ben Werdmüller has since 2013-07-11 using Known:

The Dod

Modèle:Thedod has:

Sebastiaan Andeweg

Modèle:Sebsel has:

  • instead of Instagram, posted to his own site:
    • photos and POSSE to Instagram (since 2016-11-22, with import of all earlier photos)

... add yourself ...


#ownyourdata is a rallying cry hashtag for aggregating content across indie web sites and 3rd-party silos about "owning your data", "owning your own data" etc.

#ownyourdata posts tend to be a a subset of Posts about the IndieWeb.

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