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Ditching Event Platforms for the IndieWeb by Jamie TannaJamie Tanna

How we can replace event platforms like Meetup.com with your own IndieWeb-backed platforms.

Love this solution, for the most part, and I have some ideas as to how to implement a less centralized approach to event discovery. From what I have been able to glean through reading, both Foursquare and OpenStreetMap have APIs. I think the best bet would be using the Foursquare API for place search, and have filters implemented so that folks can narrow things down. Not sure how this would work on a decentralized level though. Probably using webmentions to display from sites where events are posted? Or creating a post kind of type event?
a post by Nick DotyNick Doty

… these schemes have been proposed (and largely abandoned) in the past, with the long-term goal of having mandatory accounting and a trading system if you went over your annual allowance (cap-and-trade). But they might be more feasible and acceptable now.
And there have been attempts to add some n…

This is definitely going to be interesting, though I doubt that they would ever implement something like this. Someone up there would probably cite cost as the first rejection.
a post by Nick DotyNick Doty

… these schemes have been proposed (and largely abandoned) in the past, with the long-term goal of having mandatory accounting and a trading system if you went over your annual allowance (cap-and-trade). But they might be more feasible and acceptable now.
And there have been attempts to add some n…

This is definitely going to be interesting, though I doubt that they would ever implement something like this. Someone up there would probably cite cost as the first rejection.
a post by Nick DotyNick Doty

… these schemes have been proposed (and largely abandoned) in the past, with the long-term goal of having mandatory accounting and a trading system if you went over your annual allowance (cap-and-trade). But they might be more feasible and acceptable now.
And there have been attempts to add some n…

This is interesting …