The first install resulted in a black screen (perhaps it went into standby and did not respond to mouse or keyboard presses), but a restart continued the installation successfully. Further OS setup was straightforward and simple. I thought about creating a /home partition but as I was happy with my migration process I decided to go with the convenient default.
The first app to install I had to get from FlatHub, which is nicely integrated. This first flatpakref loaded on the second try and installed using the integration included in the OS.
Syncthing’s introducer feature allows a device to introduce shares to connected devices and this helps setting up the shared folder containing my new-device scripts. It’s important to untick “Receive only” so that it’s a two way sync.
This post will be updated as more thoughts become available.
Today I’m trying to send my posts to Twitter, directly via WordPress. Let’s see if this works.
If everything fails, use GIT_TRACE=1 prefixed to the git commit command to try and see what git is actually doing
Key might have expired, run the GPG Keychain application to check, it offers to extend the key.
You must then export the new key, delete the expired key in your GitHub account, and upload the new key to GitHub. Unverified past commits then become verified.
Hot take: I feel the web needs an improved markup + styling system, but more practical and reduced in functionality. This way more browsers can participate. Web pages don’t need a realistic ray casting rendering system for CSS, despite of how nice this would look — it has zero business benefits and discriminates against low performing devices. Instead, have a look at a video game engine with html5 output, if that’s what you want.
Found a cool resource, WP Kama notes on Sitemap on the WordPress sitemap feature I helped create, including many scenarios and a performance optimisation! It’s really satisfying to see the care given to something they find has usefulness. 👍
Really like the site as well, it has more reference information than the official codex.
I was using macOS mail rules to sort mail into “Feed” and “Papertrail” inbox subfolders but iOS mail badges are frequently incorrect or delayed. Does it work better when using server rules?
If you want the best tasting beer, do some gardening beforehand !
What was a sensible precaution yesterday remains the same today.
Splitting up the example cuttlefish blog application from the cuttlefish framework, so that I can include more features to specialise both, as well as build multiple application types.
Found this cool Firefox Extension called Tab Stash, it’s a performant open source variety of OneTab (which is neither): Lets you switch tasks by managing group of tabs. Essential.