I also found some projects I haven't seen before:
- https://github.com/zileo-net/weblith (framework for server side generated web sites built on top of Quarkus, very bleeding edge, one developer)
- http://www.ninjaframework.org/ (interesting, but maybe stale?)
- https://github.com/svenkubiak/mangooio (looks really nice, seems to take quality seriously, most commits by aa single developer)
Anyways, I started this project in Quarkus a while back and realized I loved Quarkus back then and when I came back to it earlier today after not touching it for a few months it still makes sense.
Also Quarkus isn't dead and hasn't decided to pivot to some disruptive blockchain yadda yadda or node.js or anything so I feel I have made a good choice with that.
So, this morning I got up early, like really early, around 0147. Managed to get some coding done on a project I work on just for myself. (think digital Bullet Journal, just don't tell anyone as that will probably don't fare well and with the wrong kind of people they might end up shooting the messenger :-P )
So school has been warning kids they'll learn algebra soon. Won't happen before summer though at there's only 4 days left.
I suspect school still doesn't tell anyone why algebra super is super useful. If they don't I guess I should sit down and write something about motivating kids for algebra, then test it out and update it.
Well, beween chores, 5 kids and working from home because of COVID-19, let's see what I have time for.
Introducing FediDB - DevTools for ActivityPub
BTW: Never saw the movies but still like this collection a lot, probably because it is powerful and contains little lyrics.
Always try to start my day with a podcast and a coffee, but when I work and it comes to focusing on coding while the kids are still home then reach for #music. The last few days this has been my starting point: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5JO3zhytKFQ8qm7a52RMmo?si=w36DXSaxRHWJ77lvZt8wXA
Good afternoon friends! Woke to a morning so bright & familiar it felt like the past few overcast days must have been a long dream. Wind too brisk for warmth, but a sense of vibrancy & freshness everywhere. Maybe a few days of rain were what the trees needed most–it feels like the canopies are reaching their full grandeur now, leopard-spots of sunlight shivering under the trees.
A little lingering stiffness & fatigue, but overall brighter & relieved in my body.
May we grow in compassion today!
Something weird happened today: Really really early in the morning sometime I did a Google search and all of a sudden it seemed like I was getting good old Google back. I had a typo in my query and it told me honestly that it only had two relevant pages!
The fact that this is even worth mentioning says a lot about my experience with Google the last ten years or until I switched to duckduckgo a year or two anyway.
Is there a way to make this experience the default?
From: https://plume.nixnet.xyz/~/BlogOwl/why-i-don't-have-a-personal-website/ : "This law (that also applies to Germany and Switzerland) tries to prevent making websites about illegal stuff and whatever other reasons they have, but they don't get that this is not preventing people from making such websites.
It only prevents people like me to have a normal website where I want to write about stuff that interests me. This is also the reason why I'm using this great service instead of having my own website."
Started the #100DaysToOffload challenge. It's going to be ... interesting.
Thanks to @kev for putting this particular style of self-agony together.
Taking part in the 100 days to offload challenge - day 1 — by Erik I
I wish my markdown files could be included when refactoring. I.e. when I mention a method in the docs and that method changes, I want my markdown to be updated as well.
Alternatively, something like Javadoc, only for all programming languages and better suitet for explaining the big picture.
Oh, and I'll ask again: Roughly what subset of webstandards are shared between these small-tech browsers?
* Weasyprint, Pandoc, or other HTML2Foo converters
* curl, wget, etc (I have my own as subcomponent of Rhapsode "HURL")
* arachne for MS-DOS
This could serve as a nice base for webstandards outside of the overwhelming Google (and Apple+Mozilla) influence at the W3C!
Slack ux, positive
Ah, slack for all its UX problems did something really nice today.
In a kind of new installation I was tabbing around when after pressing tab a few times it popped up something along the lines of "navigating Slack using keyboard?" and what looked like so useful shortcuts.
I can't know however since I mistook it for something else at hit ESC withing a split second
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