Mike Gerwitz

Activist for User Freedom

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* Majority of work on generation of new static siteMike Gerwitz2019-01-111-2/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I didn't originally intend for all of this to be in a single commit. But here we are. I don't have the time to split these up more cleanly; this project is taking more time than I originally hoped that it would. This is a new static site generator. More information to follow in the near future (hopefully in the form of an article), but repo2html is now removed. See code comments for additional information; I tried to make it suitable as a learning resource for others. It is essentially a set of shell scripts with a fairly robust build for incremental generation. The site has changed drastically, reflecting that its purpose has changed over the years: it is now intended for publishing quality works (or at least I hope), not just a braindump. This retains most of the text of the original pages verbatim, with the exception of the About page. Other pages may have their text modified in commits that follow. Enhancements to follow in future commits.
* Added intial pagesMike Gerwitz2013-06-021-2/+4
* :Updated README with thoughts URL (HTML rendering)Mike Gerwitz2012-10-111-1/+1
* Who needs ``microblogging''?Mike Gerwitz2012-10-051-0/+3
I don't. This is just some place safe to store random thoughts that people probably don't care about (like most comments on most social networking services), with the added benefit of distributed backup, a simple system and no character limit. All the thoughts are commit messages; in particular, this means no versioning. That's okay, because I'm not going to go back and modify them, but I do want dates and I do want GPG signatures (to show that it's actually me thinking this crap). This isn't a journal. This will mostly be a hacker's thought cesspool. This isn't a blog. Though, considering how much I ramble (look at this message), certain thoughts could certainly seem like blog entries. Don't get the two confused---one requires only thought defecation and the other endures the disturbing task of arranging the thought matter into something coherent and useful to present to others. Yeah. Enjoy. Or don't. You probably shouldn't, even if you do. If you don't, you probably should just to see that you shouldn't.