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I am planning to stop maintaining the Blackfriday related code in my ox-hugo library since has defaulted to a better Markdown library ( ) since 5 months, since its version 0.60.0 got released.

ox-hugo users: Which Hugo version are you on? Visit this link to vote: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

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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

I was teaching my son a playing cards game .. when it came to explaining the meaning of "trump card" and "trump suite", I cringed a bit. Are there alternative terms for those?

Ref: en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump_

I discovered this interesting regression that happened on about 1.5 yrs back! github.com/gohugoio/hugo/issue

Earlier it was possible to have post urls to contain double-hyphens, like example.com/foo--bar/. Now Hugo force reduces the double hyphens to single hyphens: example.com/foo-bar/.

I don't know if it helps getting this regression fixed, but if you think that if a user wants a url to have double hyphens and Hugo should respect that, please thumbs-up on that issue.

Ugh #nim is actually fucking good language.

I like it a little more, the more I work with it.

I just updated my site from Hugo 0.57.2 to 0.68.3. Oh my, that was a whole lot of breaking changes... Worst of it, generating content produced no warnings and the release notes were also only moderately helpful. Had to work with huge directory diffs. #Hugo 1/6

Nim 1.2.0 released 

https://nim-lang.org/blog/2020/04/03/version-120-released.html

> This release contains around 600 new commits which have not already been backported to our 1.0.x versions. There are several new features and standard library additions compared to 1.0. We tried to keep breaking changes to a minimum, but some bugfixes weren’t possible without making those necessary changes, and we feel that our users will benefit from them.

#nim #programming #release

I am planning to stop maintaining the Blackfriday related code in my ox-hugo library since has defaulted to a better Markdown library ( ) since 5 months, since its version 0.60.0 got released.

ox-hugo users: Which Hugo version are you on? Visit this link to vote: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

I would like to fund someone to build a todoist like interface to #orgmode. Contact me. Boosts welcome.

#emacs

Yeah I’m impressed also with #nim I’m also going through the book too😃

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I am doing fun stuff!! Running simulations in , sending the monitored data to via / DPI-C, bringing back FFT calculations from MATLAB->C->Nim, processing them, and plotting FFT using github.com/Vindaar/ggplotnim

Working on recaulking/resiliconing my shower for the first time in life.

@kungtotte Seeing your toot on roguelike.. I got curious to see what it is and landed up on your other Nim repo git.sr.ht/~kungtotte/dtt/ through your Mastodon profile.

A static site generator in Nim? Cool! :)

I quickly looking through that repo to look for the use of Nim Source Code Filters ( nim-lang.github.io/Nim/filters ), but I didn't find that.

Have you tried using those by any chance? They are pretty awesome!

If you are using haunt and org-mode and you liked ox-hugo then you may be interested in ox-haunt by @jakob and the slight additions I did to it. Read more here: https://bendersteed.tech/posts/org-mode-and-haunt.html

Okay, so (1) #Emacs is really easy to build, and (2) ligatures works very well \o/.

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I want to spend time on #emacs #orgmode again in 2020.

Will you help me secure free time by donating through liberapay.com/bzg or github.com/sponsors/bzg or paypal.me/bzg ?

Don't be afraid to give too much, it won't probably compensate for the hours spent !

🙃 🙏

atan() did not do what I wanted. So I derived "something" using atan() that actually did what I wanted.

.. and later I realize that that "something" is called atan2() in math libraries. :facepalm:

I'm doing Advent of Code for the very first time this year. The programming problems are addictive!

My language of choice in .

I am posting my solutions so far on my repo: github.com/kaushalmodi/aoc2019

(obviously, they are have spoilers)

@sir The reason is that I need to get info about a repo using the static site generator , using its getJSON template function.

I am not sure how to go through OAuth stuff in the template without making my git.sr.ht access token public (because my site source is public).

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