I think I just figured out how I could use Micropub to post updates that get turned into TiddlyWiki tiddlers.

It’s pretty much an entry into an Extreme Yakshaving competition, and mostly based around my reluctance towards running servers and databases.

@flancian thanks! Yes it’s pretty easy to put any static site on IPFS with @fission support for GitHub Actions.

is to do something interesting to expose the IPFS archive link for pages, plus fix relative paths for CSS so that styling displays on IPFS.

As part of helping to launch the new @tiddlywiki forum, I looked at exporting data from Discourse into TiddlyWiki.

Woot! An offline version of your entire forum content! talk.tiddlywiki.org/t/export-d

A walk before dinner down to the Lagoon on .

1) Looking across Deep Bay to the mountains at the edge of Howe Sound.

2) My favourite willow.

3) Panorama of the causeway.

Going to be on Bowen Island for the week. Working, but with a very nice change of scenery.

Went for a before dinner walk and saw this mink at the bridge by The Meadow.

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Nature is healing. Afternoon coffee at @revolver_coffee with @expede @midijeffg @rtanglao

Nanaimo day trip: breakfast at Gabriel’s, Neck Point Park, Chris & Erin at White Rabbit Coffee.

Many other places visited, picnics consumed, & parks hung out in, on a long, hot day. Next time, need to include an ocean swim!

Heading to Nanaimo for a day trip. Looking back up Howe Sound as the sun rises.

I tried out the Franklin Food Lab in my neighbourhood this week: frozen ramen!

I bought two & had the spicy tonkatsu for lunch, the yuzu shio in my freezer for another time. Very tasty, looking forward to trying all the flavours! franklinfoodlab.ecwid.com/

@flancian yep, I had mentioned the cross network @ -mention translation a couple of months back.
I don’t worry too much about a bigger plan — I’d like to see a few useful features get added over time.
(FYI this isn’t on Twitter, if that’s what you meant)

Went to the Imperfect Offerings show at the RAG yesterday.

I was blown away by Naoko Fukumaru’s work, where she does kintsugi on & with a variety of objects & materals: urchins, gilded blackberry spines, & barnacles. richmondartgallery.org/imperfe

Making CRDTs faster, by @JosephGentle:

“I want Google Docs without Google…I think [CRDTs are] the future of collaborative editing. And maybe the future of all software - but I’m not ready to talk about that yet.” josephg.com/blog/crdts-go-brrr

First time back dining in at Dosanko Restaurant after almost 2 years. House made tsukemono (pickles) — including local fiddleheads. To finish, their own 3 year old umeboshi (plum wine). dosankorestaurant.ca/

“more than other networked software, tools for thought want to be owned. I don’t want to store my second brain on someone else’s computer.“

Aggregators aren’t open ended, @gordonbrander subconscious.substack.com/p/ag

Tonight is our third swim in the city pool at New Brighton Park. You need to book a 1.5 hour slot, so this picture is as the previous time slot clears out.

With the Port of Vancouver Pacific Elevators behind it. portvancouver.com/cargo-termin

Stopped in at the new Nemesis next to Emily Carr. Incredibly gorgeous building, filled with delicious coffee & pastries & a bit of brunch.

Miso Pork was the “sausage of the day” at Oyama today.

Kaisereck on Granville Island now has a patio.

Currywurst, Schnitzel plates, and German wheat beer. The fries are excellent!

And it’s @rtanglao’s birthday! kaisereckdelicatessen.com/

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