Commit 61d460f5 authored by Jamie Tanna's avatar Jamie Tanna

Update HWC explanation + put it into a shortcode

As per some feedback I've received, the explanation of what HWC isn't
the best, so update this to make it a bit nicer.

Additionally, as this is getting repeated a fair bit, convert it to a
Hugo shortcode.

Also, make the summary for the events a little better.

Closes #699.
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---
title: "Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham"
description: "The first Homebrew Website Club in September."
description: "Homebrew Website Club on September 4th."
start: 2019-09-04T17:30:00+01:00
end: 2019-09-04T19:30:00+01:00
slug: 2019/09/04
......@@ -13,9 +13,6 @@ adr:
locality: "Nottingham"
country_name: "United Kingdom"
---
The Homebrew Website Club is a regular meeting for enthusiasts and hobbyist programmers who are building, or thinking of building, their personal websites. The meeting is an informal setting where you can talk with others, get inspiration, or quietly work on your site.
Note that unlike [other Homebrew Website Clubs](https://indieweb.org/Homebrew_Website_Club), this does not have a strict schedule. Instead, we get together and work and/or chat about our sites.
{{% hwcnottingham %}}
Want to RSVP? [You can follow the steps in _How to RSVP to an Indie Event from your Website_]({{< ref "2019-08-21-rsvp-from-your-website" >}}).
---
title: "Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham"
description: "The second Homebrew Website Club in September."
description: "Homebrew Website Club on September 18th."
start: 2019-09-18T17:30:00+01:00
end: 2019-09-18T19:30:00+01:00
slug: 2019/09/18
......@@ -13,8 +13,6 @@ adr:
locality: "Nottingham"
country_name: "United Kingdom"
---
The Homebrew Website Club is a regular meeting for enthusiasts and hobbyist programmers who are building, or thinking of building, their personal websites. The meeting is an informal setting where you can talk with others, get inspiration, or quietly work on your site.
Note that unlike [other Homebrew Website Clubs](https://indieweb.org/Homebrew_Website_Club), this does not have a strict schedule. Instead, we get together and work and/or chat about our sites.
{{% hwcnottingham %}}
Want to RSVP? [You can follow the steps in _How to RSVP to an Indie Event from your Website_]({{< ref "2019-08-21-rsvp-from-your-website" >}}).
---
title: "Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham"
description: "The first Homebrew Website Club Nottingham in October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
description: "Homebrew Website Club Nottingham: October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
start: 2019-10-02T17:30:00+01:00
end: 2019-10-02T19:30:00+01:00
slug: 2019/10/02
......
---
title: "Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham"
description: "The first Homebrew Website Club Nottingham in October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
description: "Homebrew Website Club Nottingham: October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
start: 2019-10-16T17:30:00+01:00
end: 2019-10-16T19:30:00+01:00
slug: 2019/10/16
......
---
title: "Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham"
description: "The first Homebrew Website Club Nottingham in October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
description: "Homebrew Website Club Nottingham: October, Hacktoberfest takeover edition."
start: 2019-10-30T17:30:00+01:00
end: 2019-10-30T19:30:00+01:00
slug: 2019/10/30
......
The Homebrew Website Club is a regular meeting for enthusiasts and hobbyist programmers who are building, or thinking of building, their personal websites. The meeting is an informal setting where you can talk with others, get inspiration, or quietly work on your site.
Homebrew Website Clubs are run across the world and have a mixture of styles for how they operate. In Nottingham we like to have a bit of a relaxed session in the cafe portion of Ludorati. Folks come along for conversations about their websites, building tooling for the Web, to talk about some of the technologies they've been working on, to learn something new, or even just to have a couple of hours dedicated to adding that new bit of functionality or a new blog post.
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