@amit I like that show too. It gives kind of a "House M.D." vibe, with each episode having court room scenes with small cases, and the main storyline continuing across each episode.
I watched season 1 episode 4 yesterday.
Ah! Sorry for all the noise with all these Org related posts then!
On the topic of learning #orgMode, you can easily reach the /proficiency/ of Markdown in Org in a few minutes to an hour.
But once you are in that world (especially if you are an #Emacs user) .. oh.. the possibilities are endless!!
for basics, both markdown and org-mode are pretty straight-forward. (org-mode of course has lots of possible additional things you can do.)
Oh! And recently I started generating the changelog using the git log (and ever since, I am more disciplined in formatting my commit messages). So skimming through this may help you quickly discover the key breakages and new features: https://ox-hugo.scripter.co/doc/changelog/
And of course, the latest ox-hugo will have a lot fewer bugs if you haven't updated it in a while 😁
showtoc and tocopen parameters seem to be custom to your theme. So they would still go in HUGO_CUSTOM_FRONT_MATTER.
About summary, I have a page in the doc site on how to export that.
If you get to updating Hugo and ox-hugo to the latest versions, feel free to start a discussion (repo has a new Discussions section) showing an Org snippet of how you set all the front matter , and I may be able to provide some feedback.
> using bable so I can construct it in a literate programming style.
How do you plan to use Org Babel by moving away from Hugo?
As you already know, #Hugo provides the speed of publishing, all kinds of feeds (ATOM + RSS), ability to easily integrate search, and much more.
The only "good" that I think is "YYYY/MM/DD" and it's not there in that matrix! (it's there but missing the "/" or "-" separators)
I follow that list and I see that Ihor is really responsive to questions related to org-element library and caching (and almost anything Org related 😃 ).
I would have submitted a patch to improve the documentation around this topics if I knew them well enough.
But if you bring up this question on the mailing list, Ihor or some of the other core Org developers might improve the documentation.
I give a quick introduction to the org-map-entries API in this new post:
Day 22 of #100DaysToOffload
I think this could be the last useful snapshot of his website: https://web.archive.org/web/20211121152844/https://ambrevar.xyz/articles.html
Alright, not sure why @ambrevar decided this, but here's the reason why the website is empty: https://gitlab.com/ambrevar/ambrevar.gitlab.io/-/commit/dc58a1667b2b06d18ec5c275affd0fd94f0dcd01
[ ok.. enough of snooping around .. now back to what I was doing. ]
Well, at least based on the commit history here, @ambrevar seems to be well :)
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