A few hours ago someone posted this great talk. I commented but may not have posted the comment and now I cannot even find the original post. So I'll post it again. Thanks to whoever.
Why am I posting this here? I love her talk alltogether. I love how she eases the audience in, outlines the issues and then does elegantly present her solution and does so in an interesting way. So the talk is really interesting.
I also love this sentence:
The point is: Composing web pages is flexible and forgiving. There is room for the most beginner beginner and the most expert expert to build something meaningful.
This quote is what I will outright steal from her. This would be my vision for Hubzilla: Now that we are working, I think we will need to invest a lot of thoughts and energy into making things easy. This will be a pain for some of us old inhabitants, but that's just the way forward.
I even see a direct connection to her approach of a serverless creative web, even though Hubzilla very much does require a traditional server infrastructure, be it a Raspi on your writing desk or a thick pizza box in some data centre. It needs working DNS, domain name and all that. But that's just the infrastructure.
For the hub member it's very much near to serverless creativity. We have got nomadic identity
In that way I believe we get a lot to take away for ourselves from this video. I certainly will.
There are more thoughts to follow once I really sit down to analyse this video and fit it onto Hubzilla.
Thank you to whoever brought this to my attention.