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Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

Going to join lots of you and try the challenge in 2021. Here’s my introductory post: wilw.dev/blog/2021/01/29/100-d.

👋 Let me know if you’re trying it too!

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

So, I've also decided to start like almost everyone in my feed.

In my first post I am writing about another project where I do something for my health.

hejo.org/cold-turkey/

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

Company is migrating to GitHub from an on prem SVN instance. So much red tape. What the holy heck is a DID?? Apparently I need to get one for any service account that needs access. This whole thing makes me some weird combination of exasperated and exhausted.

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

As my second post in , I've written a guide on how to use Hugo to generate a Simple.css website.

mogwai.be/creating-a-simple.cs

A huge shoutout to @kev: this post is basically the Hugo mirror image of @kev's Jekyll post.

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

Another long post (sorry), but lots of people have asked me for this. Here's how to install on a NAS:

kevq.uk/install-nextcloud-on-s

Day 6 of the 2021 Series:

The Mycroft Mark II will start to ship in February. Well, kinda. Individuals like myself will still have a while to go I'm guessing.

mikestone.me/mycroft-mark2-rea

Day 5 of the 2021 Series:

Google's recent announcement that they're going to be limiting 3rd party access to Chrome APIs has me a little nervous. It's probably unfounded, but if it's not, serves me right.

mikestone.me/google-limiting-a

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted
Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

I would like to share my personal blog:

blog.mooreanalysis.com/

Shout out to @mike and @kev for the excellent guide. Only took a few hours (I'm slow). I'm sure there are some mistakes, etc. I welcome any feedback!

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

There is a whole smattering of software devs on the fediverse whose software I use. Some I had already been using when I discovered the dev was on the fediverse and some I discovered their software by seeing them on the fediverse. Anyways, I think it is pretty neat.

Day 4 of the 2021 Series:

Because I'm still toting around my blog posts from the old days, I wanted to bring them across when I migrated from write.as to Jekyll. Took me a bit of futzing around, but eventually I got there. Here's how.

mikestone.me/migrating-posts-t

Day 3 of the 2021 Series:

I've followed the instructions that @kev so graciously wrote, and have migrated my page over to Jekyll.

mikestone.me/moving-to-jekyll/

Mike Stone :fedora: boosted

If you have COMPLETED please let me know so I can add you to the hall of fame I'm adding to the site.

I need you name, URL and the month/year you completed it please.

Boosts appreciated.

Day 2 of the 2021 Series:

Haiku has recently acknowledged their work on an ARM port of their OS. I'm anxiously waiting to try it.

mikestone.me/haiku-on-arm

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