Frankly, I'm tired of the cat-and-mouse.
Wow this is one of the most interesting things I've read in a long time. https://firstname.lastname@example.org/dependency-confusion-4a5d60fec610
Dependency Confusion as a vulnerability to repos that use NPM, RubyGems, & PyPI.
There's a lesson here about not keeping all your eggs in one basket https://arstechnica.com/?p=1740488
Rewrite of my personal blog*.
I don’t work on Zola itself just to clarify. But maybe I should...
Almost done with my rewrite. If no one has used Zola SSG (https://getzola.org) I’d encourage you to check it out. It’s written in Rust and uses Tera templates. It’s fast and easy to manage, even for dozens of markdown files. No JS at all by default.
I’m gonna bench mark it this next week with 1000+ randomized .md files to see what happens when there’s a lot of content.
TabFS - your browser tabs as a mountable filesystem. https://omar.website/tabfs/
Can't think of a need for it yet but it looks like something I need to play around with. So much for getting actual work done.😁
I'm pretty happy with all the background work that's been happening in getting my site to depend on fewer moving parts & external dependencies. Here's some more updates!: https://rusingh.com/articles/2021/02/06/cutting-down/