Added some more documentation, fixed some bugs and moved my gemlog to gssg.
It's working nicely.
Was able to make traversing directories possible in my gemini ssg.
That means that in my index file I can range over posts of a subdirectory and print directly into the file.
The hardest part is figuring out a struct organization that made sense for the users.
Stumbled at this article today https://changelog.com/posts/git-is-simply-too-hard
No, git is not hard.
If anything, is the Github-centric workflow that does not properly expose people to the actual git tool and they never get to learn it properly.
I'm starting to feel that articles that say "we should make git easier for everyone" actually mean "we should make people use $PROPRIETARY_PLATFORM instead of git"
blog post: This isn't even my final form!
Worked on my #gemini server today, added configuration file support, virtual hosts and automatic certificate (re)generation.
It works for all my needs now. And it should need zero maintenance from the user after it's set up.
Hosting gsthnz.com and cyberpunksin.space on it.
jujutsu kaisen ed very good
finishing my script to synchronize colors on some applications using base16 and Xresources as base :)
actually it has two scripts:
- generate-colors.py: read a template file and output a configuration file ready to be used by the target application with colors from Xresources (using xrdb)
- synchronize-colors.sh: call generate-colors.py and refresh/reload some applications to apply the new color scheme
Started working on cyberpunksin.space, a gemini project to explore and document cyberpunk culture. And also create a community in the future.
Created a mailing list so that people can chime in and discuss.
Updated dtfl, my dotfiles manager
Added a simpler URL to download the script and some bugfixes.
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