Finally got around to creating a personal website with a blog.
Blog content to come soon.
In America, too many people think just because I ride a motorcycle that I have a death wish. If more people rode motorcycles, the world would be a better place. Better emissions, less traffic, more parking spots. I wish the government would incentivize people to buy motorcycles. So much more economical for commuters.
When making social media preview images for websites I'm always annoyed by how hard it is to test them with various online debuggers.
Now there's a very cool native app by @rafaelmardojai to do it locally!
It used to be that "If you aren't paying for something, you are the product" but now you are the product regardless. https://puri.sm/posts/data-double-dipping-when-companies-mine-paying-customers/
So #FediCraft is my Minecraft server for the Fediverse. I enjoy being its' admin and it's not going anywhere
But I know that MC isn't #free or open enough for some people. Not to mention that Minetest is a bit more extensible, can run on other kinds of devices, and seems to reach further into the ideologies I find permeating FOSS. Even at the expense of gameplay.
Boost this and let's find out.
Falls back to prefers-color-scheme though.
Plus it feels like I learn something new about Hugo all the time, so I am constantly improving my code. Recently I learned about render hooks for certain Markdown elements, and those have been total godsends.
Also I was able to set meaningful Content-Security-Policy and Permissions-Policy headers. My site is extremely locked down. I absolutely love being security friendly for users of my site.
Added responsive images to my website now that Hugo supports WebP as of 0.83.0. Very happy with the way it turned out. #hugo is a very nice piece of software.
Also made sure my website doesn't look ridiculous on wide monitors by messing with the max-width of some elements.
Mine has minimal JS for theme swithching.
One thing that Cloudflare has planned is webhooks to deploy new versions of sites, which can be useful when deploying with SourceHut instead of GitHub. I will have to give Cloudflare Pages another try in the future when all these issues get ironed out.
Note that my use case is fairly small, so you may find Cloudflare Pages more useful for other cases.
Tried out Cloudflare Pages today. Kind of disappointed with the offering so far. Deployments are much slower than Vercel. Load times are slower by about ~20-40ms. They provide no environment variables like what the deploy URL will be, so your canonical URL will be wrong in staging environments for instance. Just stupid stuff like that, but not sure what I expected from a beta (I think).
Vercel is faster than Cloudflare Pages is faster than SourceHut Pages.
Love Vercel and SourceHut.
For instance, how do you solve status icons in the system trays if you are Electron? You can't because GNOME and Elementary want it one way, and KDE, Cinnamon, and MATE want it another way. Imagine if we just defined XDG standards for stuff like this...
Aspiring open-source contributor and grill-master. Taking back my privacy 1 bit at a time.
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