@aadil Also, make sure it's accessible for people, which mean following semantic HTML so it can be read properly by screen readers and other accessibility tools.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic

@npisanti really good design doc, I may give fish a try sometime soon!

I found my midi keyboard and setup ableton on the machine I used to create all my other music on.
I'll try and use my time to start creating new music and cleanup old projects.

@rainonwires If you make some doom wads I will gladly test them out, I love playing new wads I find
:triangle:

@draft13 When I used MacOS for work I utilized Sequel Pro, worked well on databases with 100,000+ rows.
The one built into JetBrains stuff - datagrip - is also decent if you're already in that ecosystem but slow.

What's wrong with MySQL Workbench if you don't mind me asking?

I may return to Crystal yet again on this next project, my Lisp-fu isn't that great when working on larger projects, not yet at least.

I want to try and convert some old Crystal projects to Common Lisp or Guile but I need to find what the best option is for creating well optimized binaries. ECL may be what I read more into.

@jameschip Immersion is important when learning a language. I speak Greek around my family and am used to hearing it around me, but f I didn't hear the language being used around me often I don't think I'd know it as well.

If you can find a good podcast or show in that language with transcriptions available in English then that may help with immersion and with being able to break down what things mean. I took this approach with Japanese and it helped a lot.

I think I'm going to have my first Clojure project be this simple CDN I want to setup, at least the web portion of it, but I need to read more into luminus.

@peregrine Are you using Alpine as your OS? tbh I've only used Alpine for things like Containers and VMs

I've been thinking about taking the designs and design research I've done and having those be freely available for people to use and contribute to.

I may think about opening up a CDN again nad maybe creating a small public platform for people to upload design docs? I'll take a look into this tomorrow for FOSS solutions.

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

@royniang That's actually really cool, I may give this a try sometime soon with a 9front vm

@neauoire I feel that people should document their struggles or their processes more.
Most problems I've faced software-wise come from lack of documentation or lack of issue trackers for said project, lots of lisp and esolang projects suffer from this from what I've seen.

@yoshiki Are you looking for ones on the web or on mobile?
On F-Droid there's a couple but Tusky being the most popular.
On the web there's Pinafore, I'm not sure what else.

@RMW I've been thinking about perhaps moving my site to org and ox-hugo may be what I choose, thanks for the recommendation.

I spent the morning creating an Org-Roam directory that contains all my org files with an index that references each one.
Now that the basis for what will be my private wiki is setup I can start filling it out with info regarding projects for clients, papers I'm writing, Blog drafts, server info, etc.
I can see myself using this for the foreseeable future as a sort of database of all the things I'm working on.

@amorris I made a similar mistake and lost the 2FA codes from my phone. I'm hoping that I have a backup key somewhere.

This post reminded me though that I need to find a better way of storing that data.

@cone That sounds really neat, I've been looking at setting up a VPS for my wife and I to play minecraft every now and again, and so I can tool around with some mods.

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