I don't know why but I love reading crap like this:
Man, the more I learn about #git, the less I need anything else.
Fun new AIO feature:
Decided to give Hugo a shot, thanks for all the suggestions!
Found this tutorial that looks pretty good in case anyone else is looking for such a thing:
@jjg I just set up Hugo to push to Netlify and it is exactly this. Lots of nice templates to start from as well
Not really a lot of content yet, but here’s my site for reference: https://www.firewally.net
@jjg Plerd is something like that, except triggered by moving files into a (possibly remote/Dropboxed/etc) directory. Author is pretty responsive, might have some thoughts about git integration.
NOAM CHOMSKY: ”It’s one of the gravest times in human history. Humans have been around for 200,000 years. For the first time in their history, they have to decide—and quickly—whether organized human society is going to survive for very long. So, is it the most gravest moment in my life? Yes. But also in all of human history.”
@jjg I'm going with jekyll personally. Had used it on github.io for a long time, but finally grew out of that due to wanting formatting plugins. Workflow is build-test-push, which suits me as I usually want to fix a dozen typos before I push. (Also currently busted.)
@jjg There are hundreds of those.
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