Similar to other IndieWebCamps, we’ll start off the day with breakfast, intros and keynotes followed by planning our day in a BarCamp-like environment.
Everyone is encouraged to bring up topics and participate in the discussions. With a barcamp on day one, we’ll have the second day to build things. At the time of writing, there will be a keynote from Kevin Feeney and the schedule for the weekend is available on the event page.
I attended my first IndieWebCamp in 2018 and I’m pretty stoked to be contributing to a community that means a lot to me. I’m really hoping that at least someone goes home feeling excited about building things for themselves, similar to how I felt.
So, do you have a personal website to work on? Or do you want to start one? There’s still time to register and join us on the 14th of March.