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commit 0ab0bf2c296473ccf8975acab516c9d4f7453773
parent 0ee653ac7406448ddec9a9c9fcf77ebb35292724
Author: René Wagner <rwa@clttr.info>
Date:   Fri, 27 Aug 2021 21:45:34 +0200

update 2021-08-26

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diff --git a/en/archive.gmi b/en/archive.gmi @@ -1,6 +1,14 @@ # shortlog archive @ en.gmn.clttr.info ## 2021 +### 2021-09-07 old computer challenge +=> gemini://perso.pw/blog//articles/old-computer-challenge.gmi Solene has proposed an "old computer challenge" +This is somewhat appealing to me. I'm more and more annoyed by the increasing complexity of modern software, UI/UX changes just for the sake of it and "undocumented behaviour" (aka bugs). Things are breaking again and again. +I think it's a good idea to take a step back and think about what it was like a few years ago and if we can learn something from the way we've gone during this time. +Unfortunately i don't have any hardware that meets Solenes requirements, but i'll probably join with a stripped down VM running Haiku. + +=> ./sources/cgmnlm.git/ Additionally the source of cgmnlm is now available for browsing via gemini + ### 2021-07-03 cgmnlm usage update cgmnlm saw 2 small updates recently which should make browsing capsules easier: * the history page has now hints what needs to be typed to jump to this page diff --git a/en/index.gmi b/en/index.gmi @@ -6,6 +6,11 @@ You'll mostly find tech and coding related stuff here. => gemini://de.gmn.clttr.info Hier entlang zur deutschsprachigen Sektion. ## 🗩 shortlog (latest 3 updates) +### 2021-08-27 one step back +I've switched to "PHP Server Monitor" a while back for monitoring my public services. While this was working quite well and included a public status page which was a bit overkill. I now moved back to good ol' monit for monitoring. I have no need for a public status page at all, getting an alert when something goes down is enough for my use case. + +All machines that run some sort of Debian here (like geminispace.info does) are updated to Bullseye. The "dist-upgrade" was pretty straight forward and worked flawless. Right what you'd expect from Debian. :) + ### 2021-08-15 moving along I'm quite happy how geminispace.info works after the recent updates. It seems stable and fast enough to handle ongoing growth of gemini in the next months. This makes me comfortable investing more time in new timesink CB radio. It's quite a challenge as things have changed a lot since i quite some 20 years ago, but it's also fun to explore and learn in another area again. @@ -15,14 +20,6 @@ This makes me comfortable investing more time in new timesink CB radio. It's qui Having used Gemini and Gemtext for i few months, i mostly agree with the points taken by ew0k about stricter gemtext. Thi is surely backed by my habits to already follow some of his ideas. Especially the restriction to a single mandatory whitespace as delimiter would make life as a gemini dev easier. I don't agree with the part of "stick to the first 3 chars" as this seems counter-intuitive to me from a user-perspective. -### 2021-09-07 old computer challenge -=> gemini://perso.pw/blog//articles/old-computer-challenge.gmi Solene has proposed an "old computer challenge" -This is somewhat appealing to me. I'm more and more annoyed by the increasing complexity of modern software, UI/UX changes just for the sake of it and "undocumented behaviour" (aka bugs). Things are breaking again and again. -I think it's a good idea to take a step back and think about what it was like a few years ago and if we can learn something from the way we've gone during this time. -Unfortunately i don't have any hardware that meets Solenes requirements, but i'll probably join with a stripped down VM running Haiku. - -=> ./sources/cgmnlm.git/ Additionally the source of cgmnlm is now available for browsing via gemini - => ./archive.gmi shortlog archive ## 🛈 info & articles