Serverless Blog Setup - The Repo

  cognitiaclaeves   blogging lifestyle walkthrough high-level serverless blog git gitlab unimplemented children

Most of the static blogs I’ve seen on the internet have their content saved in a git repo of some sort. In this blog post, I’m covering how I set up my blog repos. I put some thought into it because I want to be able to make blog changes from a compromised terminal without compromising my blog. (Not that I would ever knowingly do this, that’s just the standard of security that I want to aim for: I got the idea while exploring play-with-docker. …

Blog-o-lution

    blogging lifestyle oversharing reconstitute rant imposter syndrome

I’ve been trying to start a blog for years now. I’ve had a lot of issues with sustainability. Each time I figure out a way to take another layer of maintenance out. This time around, I’ve kept old posts long enough to see some patterns. Since some of these blogs are difficult for me to read through today, I’ve summarized the stages below and moved most of the related entries into archives. …

The Next Blog

  (last update: Jan 17, 2016)     blogging blog design wordpress jekyll lifestyle linux oversharing blog v1 vagrant blog reconstitute rant

Goodbye Wordpress I lost my desire to blog with Wordpress the first time I watched it mangle my spacing, and then enforce whatever it was doing by not taking changes … until my efforts to make it accept my deisred whitespace wiped out the entire post. I remember feeling particularly angry that I had found a bug report mentioning this … that was … … years … old. Or maybe it was when I was messing around with themes, and I did something in the theme that caused the entire site not to load. …