Wrote a cheeky post about ditching cgit and replacing it with stagit. cgit is cool and all, but stagit is light as can be for creating a web interface for your git repositories.
Mustache for templating: https://github.com/JustusAdam/mustache
Commonmark for parsing Markdown: https://github.com/jgm/commonmark-hs
Thinking of changing the name of my wayland compositor from deskwm (boring, overdone WM naming style) to something more fun. The general paradigm is that you have a big "desk" where you spread your windows out like you might do with papers on your desk.
Current idea: something to do with the anime girl from the lofi hip hop radio - beats to relax/study to stream, i.e. Shizuku Tsukishima from Whisper of the Heart. She.... uses a desk.
If you listen to anything today let it be this
Anyone ever used twtxt? In many ways it is similar to mastodon and co.: a microblogging platform. But it has a "pull" approach to updates, much like RSS, rather than a nonstop stream of pushes between instances. Another big advantage is how simple it is, meaning it is very easy to self-host (especally compared to Mastodon).
lmao great article (from 2019)
> How to speak Silicon Valley: 53 essential tech-bro terms explained
neuroscientist by day
fake-it-til-I-make-it coder by night
starter of many projects
finisher of few
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