seeing as i have a few prominent links to some of my work floating around the internet, i wrote a utility command for the site generator that redirects multiple routes to a single one. feels like an okay solution for fighting link rot :)
it has some way to go still, but if you're curious how i use it you can look inside the example folder
@cblgh Yes, RSS is good. I'm annoyed that it's not more widely used in more obvious ways.
It hope we see more of it as Internet continues to turn to federated services and away from faux monopolies, etc.
@neauoire great artists steal etc ;) think i first saw it on xxiivv when i was looking through what lieu was scraping :~
@neauoire ya! one my goals was wanting to try something oscean-like, but without ripping you off entirely—cause that would be plain boring :)
@cblgh Well it's super readable and I think it'll scale really well :)
One of the reason I moved away from runic back then was that I stopped coding in fixed-width fonts and it had really poor readability, but unless you're planning on changing that, you should be good I think.
@neauoire really glad to hear that
fwiw: plain is designed to pair well with monotome, with an idea that i can use my existing authoring workflow to keep working effortlessly in private, while later trivially folding selected output into the public :)
wc -l "$file" 2> /dev/null || $(echo "## $today" > "$file")
vim "+normal Go" '+startinsert' "$file"
opens / names the correct diary file in a specified folder. if it exists, it goes to the end of it & starts inserting :)
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