This is a place to write code and socialize. Around one Sunday a month or so, we meet on Gather and write HTML for around two hours. Each session is guided by an instruction, for example: “Pick a song you like and make a site based on its title.” After two hours, we present our creations and talk a little about how we made them. No prior coding experience is required – we help each other out.
If you want to join us, prepare by making a user page. Sign up for the newsletter and you’ll get an email a couple of days before the next session.
Write HTML and CSS.
Automate as little as possible. Keep it manual until it hurts.
Sign your site with a link to your user page.
Drop-in: 14:00 – 17:00 CET
Show & Tell: 16:00 CET
Instruction: Make a site inspired by a practice.
Instruction: Make a site for your future self.
Instruction: Make a site with a secret.
Instruction: Love Letter.
Instruction: Build a village.
Instruction: A site inspired by one or several images on your phone.
Instruction: Try a very basic WYSIWYG editor.
Instruction: An HTML element that you like.
Instruction: Something positive from this year.
Instruction: A site using tables.
Instruction: Make a site for someone you know.
Instruction: A site without words.
Instruction: Build a site around an HTML element that you’re unfamiliar with.
Instruction: A site about a good habit of yours or a good decision you’ve made recently.
Instruction: Make a site out of something old that you have created.
Instruction: Make a site based on a note from your phone, computer or physical notebook.
Instruction: A site based on a particular time of the day, the week, the month or the year.
Instruction: Take inspiration from a picture on your phone or computer.
Instruction: Make a site with dingbats (Wingdings, Webdings, Zaph Dingbats etc.)
Instruction: Make a site based on a dream you've had.
Instruction: Make a site about an object you have at home.
Instruction: Make a site inspired by your desktop picture or the wallpaper on your phone.
Instruction: Pick a song you like and make a site based on its title. If you can't choose, shuffle a recent playlist and pick the third song that comes up.