Extending Apple’s homekit through Homebridge by Matt Haughey (A Whole Lotta Nothing)
I’ve been doing a lot of weekend house projects lately. I started with hours on YouTube watching videos on how to wire up wall switches because I wanted to control more lights on my network. …

Homebridge sounds like something I should try out sometime; HomeKit has quickly become my favourite way to control devices in my home… but device support is seemingly getting rarer (especially here in the UK)

Updated Tale of #ParentPainters by Evil Kipper Hobby - Rob
Well, #ParentPainters is looking like a terrific success, with lots of people taking part, and we felt it was time to provide some updated details! #ParentPainters started as a monthly paint along for the ParentPlayers, a group of parents who meet up for infrequent (3 times a year) sessions at Warha...
Healthy Boundaries by gRegor Morrill
On Twitter, Melissa Fabello shared a text where a friend had asked if she had the emotional/mental capacity to listen to them vent about some things. I thought Melissa made some good points about healthy boundaries, emotional capacity, and open communication.
by Jacky Alciné
The progress I’ve been making with projects like https://lwa.black.af and https://fortress.black.af are giving me more hope in seeing what I’d like to for the IndieWeb. I really want to build stuff that I can gladly show to friends and help them join as well.

I’ve updated my Links page, adding RSS/feed data to every record I could, so Inoreader will pick up the feeds from my OPML file. I’ve also started adding all of the missing “follows” I have – starting with my old Feedly export, then I’ll add any missing from Aperture. So far I’ve added a bunch of blogs on various topics, and a new category for Scotland-focussed content.

Classifying sites has been one of the tricker aspects of this exercise so far! Some of my subscriptions date back 15+ years, and no site remains confined to a single topic for that long. For many I’ve been going with “what does this person do?” rather than what they’re currently writing about. Others are matched up with how I categorised them when I first subscribed (more or less). If I end up adding more categories I’ll reevaluate where some sites sit, but I’m keeping the number of categories as small as I can.

I’ve trimmed off a few dead sites, but – I confess –  I’ve left just as many still on the list in the hope they spring back to life one day.