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My goal for end of May 2019 is to close all issues created for "pending docs" on my project: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

To users: I'd happily accept PR's for those! It involves updating just this one Org file: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

Even if you don't know how to document something 100%, just start off in a PR, and I'll help you out. 😀

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@Qwxlea

There are multiple aspects to "Indiewebifying" your site.

@kevinmarks: Correct me where I am wrong below.

1. : You have a website be *you*, YOUR identity. That's where rel=me comes in. For lazy folks like me, I identify myself and link that to my GitHub profile.

2. : This makes your web pages parseable by the Webmention endpoints (like webmention.io, that heroku app, etc.)

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@Ninjatrappeur

> Sadly, you'll need some kind of server-side dynamic rendering to show your webmentions. This will be a problem when you use a static website generator and refuse to add any kind of client-side JavaScript.

I know neither PHP nor JS. So I thought that Webmentions is no-go for me.

But I was able to make it work on my static site deployed over . See the attached image for my flow :D

Example: scripter.co/#webmentions

Ref: discourse.gohugo.io/t/alternat

Today I stumbled across this project that implements in : github.com/greencardamom/awk

At some point, I'll try to understand the code in this project line-by-line, especially because it has a tremendous test suite *and* documentation.

@loke I've been using Emacs for almost 15 years now, but found emacsrocks.com/ episodes extremely useful.

My goal for end of May 2019 is to close all issues created for "pending docs" on my project: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

To users: I'd happily accept PR's for those! It involves updating just this one Org file: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

Even if you don't know how to document something 100%, just start off in a PR, and I'll help you out. 😀

Feeling giddy with happiness seeing how can nicely glue together , and .

1) Matlab -> C

2) + C -> C

3) C <-> SystemVerilog

Ongoing experiments: github.com/kaushalmodi/nim-sys

@kaushalmodi @spelk

This was my first thought too. When I first got into emacs, my complaint was the slow start. But once I discovered I could start it in the background, and just use emacsclient, I've got no complaints.

I start emacs during bootup by adding `@reboot emacs --daemon` to my cron. Then if I want a GUI window, I run `emacsclient -c -n`, and since it's already running, it's instantaneous.

If I want to open up something in the terminal, I do `emacsclient -t`.

And of course, I set my `EDITOR` to `emacsclient`.

As I've mentioned earlier, @rakhim makes really good podcasts. This time, he has kind of a "video podcast" episode where he shows off his emacs config and his custom bindings.

Video: youtu.be/CTOhosGQ2f0

[ Around the 3 minute mark in the video, he's also demonstrating the auto-export feature. Check it out! ]

The weirdest thing about 2019 is obviously that Donald Trump is president, but I think the second weirdest is that you sometimes still have to type stuff in by picking letters on a screen one at a time with a cursor like you're entering a high score in a 1980s arcade game.

xkcd.com/2137/

Feels good when your project that relies on another project auto-supports a new feature in that "another project" without any code change 😎

It simply needed doc tweaks and a test to validate that new feature in parent project: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

This is why I love ..

I want a series of 30 random integers, but I don't want to think each random number myself .. what do I do?

So I just type "11, ", copy that and paste that 29 times, select the region and ..

github.com/kaushalmodi/.emacs.

😎

pro tip: the following line makes org mode no longer evaluate code blocks during export, but still export the final result as written in .org document (and/or code, depending on individual :exports header args).

#+PROPERTY: header-args :eval never-export

This makes it very nice to export Jupyter-style notebooks to e.g. HTML or PDF, as you don't waste time re-executing all code every time you want to do the export.

emacs eww is such an underappreciated browser.

It's great for reading documentation and copypasta.

#emacs #eww

Today we had to tell someone it is inappropriate to post porn to support forums: discourse.gohugo.io/t/how-to-u

I'm so angry. I think everyone deserves technical assistance. I... maybe I'll take the day off. I wrote something about this... talkgroup.xyz/t/maiki-scratche

I was in picking up about 2 dozen extra large moving boxes and a large TV moving boxes when a couple walked by and offered to get as many moving and TV boxes included large trash bags full of packing material as they just moved to my town.

I couldn't believe it, but I actually got everything they said they had to give away, for free. I must have saved roughly $100 due to their generosity.

I need to pass on this generosity.

The vs flame war is getting out of hands.

Just visit vim.dev.

[ Someone must have spent a fortune on that domain :) ]

I can never resist posting en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Con_Ko when ever my FB contacts post this. Your day time profession HAS nothing to do with passion in *ix. So as far I see it, picture is a normal picture...

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