My static micro blog experiment is going better than expected. Generation is
still around 25 seconds hot on my old laptop
as like the last time.
Well.. sneakily it’s closer to a semi–constant 5~10 seconds by tricking
hugo into outputting empty
which “can” result in mostly reads by writing files that have changed (might
make a blog post about this).
This blog becomes mostly complete (minus the sharp edges) when there’s an archiving strategy on the paginator — basically a ghetto queue.
$ hugo | EN -------------------+------- Pages | 1728 Paginator pages | 662 Non-page files | 13 Static files | 430 Processed images | 572 Aliases | 76 Sitemaps | 1 Cleaned | 0 Total in 26010 ms
The temptation to bring in a bundler is oh so very
obviously not designed to bundle
js directly for the browser but you can get
away with it up to a certain point.
I think my practical notes on xslt/xml are mostly complete and could work as a blog post this month. I got distracted last month trying out syncthing’s newest features… if I get around to editing those notes, they could work as a blog post at some point too.
and are a cozy combination. Out of annoyance with my flaky Internet connection I’ve paginated the rss and json feeds. Know what? After exploring various feed formats, the underlying problem seems to be incentives in feed generation tooling correctness across language ecosystems and not formats? Invalid atom, rss, and feeds are all over the net.