really need to suss out an offline mode for this thing once I find the time. There’s an or power company outage every 2~3 days or so. That’s a normal thing in The Bahamas .
Looks like it’s time to rewrite the of
my main website for fast iteration and decoupling Hugo
from . I’ll still allow the generated
files to move passively through the
OPcache in case there’s a
need for dynamicity. Hugo has pretty much deprecated all of my
might try out the Fresh framework from
deno to see if the hype is true hype.
The dictionary and thesaurus are among my most used tools. Easy to install and use offline on any device — no search engine required. I just also realized that my most used offline tools are not in my blog post about programming without the Internet..
Time is generous. I don’t use/follow social media, so if this micro blog ever interfaces with a headless there’ll be a constant deluge of posts.
Perhaps it might be an interesting experiment to document and wire in every
driven headless CMS
available. It’s about time to put NixOS through its proper
paces. How many heads can one fit onto this body or is it the other way round?
It’s just an
API after all.
a great article
that implements reading webmentions
hugo. There’s always a soul out there who
has tried what you’re thinking about.
NetSurf is still the fastest
browser I’ve ever used. It supports
stylesheets up to . This
static micro blog renders poorly since it targets
. Maybe some fallback
directives are in order.
Nice to read an article with real content from real people on the Internet, not
individuals work around
the data to page building limitation in
hugo by using
resources.FromString to programmatically create
Markdown. Thought about this, searched
to see if it was tried, and it sure was.
Ultimately means that if I get around to it, articles from feeds can be made to appear as native posts in this timeline.