Oh this I agree with/ like very much. adactio.com/links/15262
- There is one web
- The web should not cause harm to society
- The web must support healthy community and debate
- The web is for all people
- Security and privacy are essential
- The web must enable freedom of expression
- The web must make it possible for people to verify the information they see
- The web must enhance individuals’ control and power
- The web must be an environmentally sustainable platform
- The web is transparent
- The web is multi-browser, multi-OS and multi-device
- People should be able to render web content as they want
Let’s Clarify some Misunderstandings around Sign In with Apple Aaron is the smartest person I know on this subject so I recommend reading his clarifications if you don’t understand what Sign in with Apple means.
adactio shares the W3C Ethical Web Principles * There is one web * The web should not cause harm to society * The web must support healthy community and debate * The web is for all people Amen
Your first performance budget with Lighthouse
I recently discovered the Lighthouse CLI which creates a handy html report for a site. So you can navigate to your local repository for a site, run
lighthouse <url> and it will generate the report with a timestamp so you can commit & track reports. Adding in a budget makes a lot of sense. How you budget is an entirely different conversation.
Self-Host Your Static Assets I’m a strong believer in building in performance early and often as it’s the easiest way to plan for scale. But for me it’s mostly been theory.
Open gardens Manton eloquently summarizes a lot of discussion happening in certain corners of the web. Corners I prefer, that are slowly getting bigger. If you look at the above Ethical Web Principles, you will see a lot of overlap with the IndieWeb communities principles. Having your own web identity in the form of a URL that you control your content on goes a long way. Concerned people are working to make doing that as acessible as possible. It’s why I work on Jekyll IndieWeb.