IndieWeb Summit

June 29-30, 2019

Portland, Oregon

The ninth annual gathering for independent web creators of all kinds, graphic artists, designers, UX engineers, coders, hackers, to share ideas, create and improve their personal websites, and build upon each others creations.

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Tickets

Below are registrations through the registration system.

Katie Johnson
Troy Howard
John Karabaic
and 7 private registrations

Schedule

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Mozilla, 1120 NW Couch St #320, Portland, Oregon


Pre-Summit Meetup
The Pre-Summit Meetup is an informal social meetup for IndieWeb Summit participants to catch up and get to know each other before the summit.
  • 17:30 Pre-Summit Meetup!
Location TBD
Saturday, June 29
Keynotes & Discussions
Day 1 starts with keynotes, including major milestones, accomplishments in the past year, and demos, then BarCamp-style brainstorming and discussion sessions.
  • 09:00 Doors open, badges, coffee, and breakfast!
  • 10:00 Keynotes
  • 11:00 Lightning Intros & Personal Site Demos
  • 12:00 Group photo & Lunch
  • 13:30 Session Proposals & Scheduling
  • 14:00 Sessions (45min)
  • 17:30 - 17:45 Day 1 closing session
Sunday, June 30
Create, Hack, Demo!
Day 2 is for making things on and for your personal site! Collaborate with others or work on your own to improve at least one thing on your personal site, no matter how small or how epic.
  • 09:00 Doors open, badges, coffee, and breakfast!
  • 09:30 Day 2 session scheduling
  • 10:00 IndieWeb Creating:
    IndieWeb 101, IndieWebifying your WordPress, Dev intro to indieweb building blocks
  • 11:00 Start creating!
  • 12:00 Catered lunch
  • 13:00 Creating sessions continue
  • 16:00 Demos
  • 17:30 Closing Keynote

Schedule is subject to change. View the full schedule grid on the IndieWeb wiki for the latest updates.


Related Events

There's a lot happening the week leading up to IndieWeb Summit! Here are some related events. These events have their own registration process so please register on their respective websites!

Tuesday, June 25: Donut.js

Donut.js is a monthly meet-up in Portland, OR with a handful of wonderful talks on tech, creativity, community, and the places they come together.

Register Here

Wednesday, June 26: Homebrew Website Club

Homebrew Website Club is a meetup of people passionate about or interested in creating, improving, building, designing their own website.

RSVP Here

Thursday, June 27: Hack the Dot

Hack the Dot is a two-hour hackathon where coding school students, junior developers, experienced developers, non developers, marketers, designers, and those with little or no computer programming skill come together to build ideas around a single domain name.

Register Here

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Travel Assistance

The IndieWeb community is building the foundation of a web controlled by individuals for themselves. It's crucial to have independent web creators from all backgrounds at IndieWeb Summit to have a rich discussion and build cool things.

If you are a member of a group that is typically underrepresented (e.g. if you are not hetero, white, cis and male), and otherwise could not afford to travel to IndieWeb Summit on your own, generous donations from sponsors and other IndieWeb Summit attendees are able to be put towards a fund to assist individuals from underrepresented backgrounds with travel and/or lodging costs for the Indieweb Summit in Portland.

If you think that you could benefit from this fund, please apply here. You needn't be an IndieWeb expert or master hacker, just an excited participant willing to share and learn.

If you would like to contribute to this fund so that we can provide assistance to more individuals from a diverse background, please contact Aaron Parecki.

Sponsors

Special thanks to our sponsors who make it possible to provide food and space for the IndieWeb Summit

  • Thanks to our backers on Open Collective for their continued support!
  • Mozilla is a non-profit organization helping to keep the Internet healthy, open and accessible to all.
  • Okta provides an API that seamlessly handles user registration and multi-factor authentication for your applications.
  • Name.com provides domain names, web hosting, and super easy websites. Unicorns and rainbows come standard with our customer support.

How to Sponsor

We would be thrilled to list you as a sponsor! See our sponsorship prospectus for details, or become a monthly supporter.

Download Sponsorship Prospectus (PDF)