One of the worthwhile things about a commitment like this is that fixing even the smallest thing becomes worthwhile. Today, it was an oddity I noticed in the JSON feed for the site. I noticed it because it seemed that micro.blog had not picked up the two most recent posts. In fact it had, but it had given them a timestamp of midnight on the day in question. And I had also switched from the RSS feed, which was throwing errors, to the JSON feed, which wasn't.
Over the past few months I have developed a new theme for the presentation of this site. A combination of plagiarism and invention, it almost certainly would not suit anyone else who wants an IndieWeb theme for the Grav CMS, expect possibly as a model to plagiarise and improve.1 I have a long list of things I need to improve myself, the first of which is to straighten up the display of Reviews.
People who align with IndieWeb ideas have a brief history of undertaking a challenge during the month of December. The idea “is to collectively ship something IndieWeb-related that benefits the community, people in addition to yourself”. I sort of know that nothing I might do would benefit the community or people, but I didn't quite understand that there were other ways I could take part in the more general idea of a challenge.