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!
Lately the question quality hasn't been that great - there seems to be an influx of new users. However there are a lot of new great mentors to compete with as well.
This means I kinda need to expand my tag subscription if I want to reach 20k and above :)
Thinking of writing a blog on #python operating system stack: #qutebrowser web browser, #xonsh terminal emulator and #qtile window manager.
There's just so much to say that I'm not sure how could I possibly fit it into one blog and avoid complexities.
Been running this stack for over a year now and it has been great!
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