Would love to hear what you guys think on the matter.

Making a case for microblogging - 0xff.nu/microblogging

Thinking about adding a microblog feature to Saisho (or at least to my own website).

Think it'd be nice to distinguish between langform articles and serious stuff to the rants and quick shares.

Non instant, instant noodles.
Did have to have two bowls though.

Made from this recipe: youtu.be/Hgs8A3xche4

Informative articles (like the one I linked to yesterday) - serif vs. sans-serif?

Saisho has been updated to 20200830!

- Changelog (long): 0xff.nu/saisho20200830
- Changelog (short): sho.glushak.net/changelog
- Download from Sourcehut: git.sr.ht/~hxii/saisho
- Download from Github: github.com/hxii/saisho

It's done. 0xFF.nu is now my main page, all the content has been transferred and a 301 is in effect from the other domain.

Now all that's left is to push the Saisho update.

Something's bothering me about the list spacing on 0xff.nu/
It feels too.. busy? I have no idea how to fix it or what is it exactly that is bothering me.

Ideas? :)

@neauoire Would you say this is more or less close to being the 24x24 version of the webring logo?
0xff.nu/webring.png

Also, fuck. I forgot Bludit uploads images internally. Need to transfer those now.

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Time to merge my two websites.
But which URL should be the main? Hmmm

Turns out I did a stupid.

Cached page load in Saisho went down from ~2.145ms to ~0.127ms (page was parsed regardless of cached page status).

Another day, another small win.

I gave in. Saisho will not be purely one file.

Well, it still is, but I'm separating the logic from the template.

I'm thinking how I can modify Saisho to be as simple as it is right now, but also extensible.
I.e. code is short (currently at ~284 lines), easy to understand for people new to PHP but can also be extended upon.

No idea where to start.

So I think the click to load image is self-explanatory. I hope.

Also, is notifying of an external link worth an extra 168 bytes?

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It's live!

HTML and CSS simple tips and tricks for your website. :cooldog:

The goal is to help you with easy tricks to make the HTML of your website accessible, readable by everyone and optimized for low bandwidth. I cover a LOT of things in these 20+ pages of text and I still need to add one or two more.

I'll share some parts in the next days, thanks for everyone who took time to proofread this huge beast. :tealheart:

thomasorus.com/html-tips.html

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Hello fediverse, I'm looking for a job! (milano or remote or consulting)

I am a creative technologist with a wide variety of experience:
- full-stack (node, react, sql, nosql, …)
- hardware design, embedded (C/C++)
- gamedev (Unity/C#)
- graphics (shaders/GLSL)
- linux + FOSS
- other programming languages: python, lua, clojure

➡️ s-ol.nu/portfolio

I especially like working on creative applications, across traditional technology boundaries and growing my skillset.

RTs very appreciated!

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