@boogah if you want to bypass forestry I guess you can run a cron job to fetch and deploy an artifact built by GitHub actions.
I do something like that to pull a couple of web sites built on GitLab to my web host: https://gitlab.com/bkhl/web-build/blob/master/fetch_website.py (that script is the one that runs as a cron job on the web host).
@boogah I seem to be unable to follow.
What do you have in mind for keeping track of your media diet?
Have you read Sourdough by Robin Sloan?
As for my media diet, I've set up a spreadsheet in Airtable. I'd prefer to use something open source — and not dependent on VC — but the UI was friendly, and I was able to get up and running quickly.
Why, yes... I *have* read Sourdough. Funny that you should bring it up. 😄
@david Well, here's a screenshot of what I've tracked so far.
@boogah Nice! I like how organized it is, but I admit, I'd panic trying to keep that up to date. Looks like a good selection so far!
@david I'm not going to track reruns of the classic shows that I watch (Seinfeld, The Simpsons, The Office, etc.) or anything like that. I don't have it in me to figure out what season and episode I've been watching.
But if we binge a new (to us) show, or start to watch something of note, I'm going to try to put it in there.
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