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2021-05


Modularizing GoBlog?

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I just separated the function I told you about the other day (the one for marking text with “==") as a Go module. This way the main code remains more organized and if I don’t need the feature any more, the module is still usable. Also for other people who might need the same functionality. I think I should modularize GoBlog even more. 🤔

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Did you know that Windows has 52 000 different family emoji combinations? See Emojipedia for more details on family emojis.

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I can now mark text with ==text== in GoBlog. This is probably even better in some cases than using bold text. Isn’t it? 🤔

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“Native English speakers are the world’s worst communicators”

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English is my second language. My mother language is German, in school I had Latin for a while (but was rather bad at it) and in university I had one semester of Spanish.

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My thoughts about Google’s Wear announcement

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A few years ago I used to watch the Google I/O live and report about it on my Android-blog. Time has passed, I no longer blog about Android and I’m not a Google fan anymore.

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Windows 10 21H1 is available and I just installed it on my ThinkPad. Wow, that was a fast (major Windows) update! Not many new features though…

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“An IndieWeb Recipe”

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Like of: An IndieWeb Recipe

Mrs D wrote a fantastic poem about the IndieWeb:

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I configured Litestream for all my GoBlog-instances. This means that the changes to the SQLite databases, are replicated directly into an object storage at Scaleway. Why? An additional backup never hurts.

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Miniflux scraper rules

Published on in 👨‍💻 Dev

Speaking of web comics that I follow via RSS, ATOM or JSON feed: ideally I would like to see the comics directly in my feed reader (Miniflux). Some feeds already show the images directly in the content, others do not.

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URL Lengthener

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Some people come up with strange ideas when they are a bit too bored. Instead of URL shorteners (I wrote my own, btw.) they invent URL lengtheners. Probably of little practical use, but still a funny idea.

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