I like blogs. Blogs are one of the only suitable platforms for people to properly present ideas. There are no character limits, the author can embed whatever they want, and — most importantly — they can disable the comments section. This caught my attention, so I decided to start my own blog. Unfortunately, blogging on my plain HTML website was a pain. It needed an update.
Multiple people had recommended Jekyll to me, and I had seen many others use it for their websites. Making a simple blog with it seemed simple, but extending it to handle a custom page for my music was a pain. It didn't help that I am far too lazy to learn about Ruby.
The solution was ridiculously simple: a Makefile and some Python scripts. I had to fiddle with it for a couple of hours, but I am quite happy with the result. The git repository is available here.
Articles from blogs that I like
Hello again! Another month of FOSS development behind us, and we’re back again to share the results. I took a week off at the end of June, so my progress this month is somewhat less than usual. Regardless, I have some updates for you, mainly in the domain of…
From Drew DeVault's Blog
Published on July 15, 2020
Ah standards, the dictatorship of a few cunts who have no real world experience defining how things should be done. Standards committees blunder forward making a huge mess that can never be fixed and we would have probably have been … Continue reading →
From DeadFish Shitware
Published on May 11, 2020
Foreword # Before I get called out, let me fully disclose that the title is a perfect example of clickbait, and in no way am I actually blaming a widely used technology or Keybase, due to my own lack of responsibility and lack of caution. With that being s…
Published on November 26, 2019
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