I made: "Likes" a static website template for making a small personal website that lists stuff you like: https://github.com/Granitosaurus/likes
see my own live example here: http://granitosaurus.rocks/likes/
Made with #python and #pelican.
I really like http://purecss.io but I have mixed feelings about css grids layout. Will probably migrate to flexbox for future projects eventhough purecss has been lovely so far!
I'll share a bit of an extreme opinion about #python - the new de facto dependency managers #poetry is not ready to be used. I really like it but it's so bloody buggy. In the past month I've migrated a bunch of projects and spent more time in their issue tracker than actually working on the projects.
Another case of v1.0 tag being a lie. How can it be v1.0 with 500 open issues and 100 pull requests? 😤
Just got 12k rep on #stackoverflow.
Haven't been working much on it and while I'd love to claim that I don't have much time these days (which is partially true) but the real reason is that the competition is getting very fierce which feels like a bittersweet victory 🙃
The growth of contributors over the past 2 years is really noticable, well done guys!
This time around I'm using #lektor and #python, usually I'm more fond of Pelican. So far I have a bit conflicted experience but it's not bad! I've looked into #plume but it didn't look quite ready for the content I'm looking to produce.
Any feedback is welcome :)
I'm now preparing part 2 of this blog post that would delve deeper into: async crawling and part 3 of reverse engineering websites for crawling.
I'm doing this in preparation of writing a book with #packt publishing on web crawling with python so any feedback is welcome!
Travelling hacker - floss, horror and birds 🐦🦐
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