Yes, this is the first post for a long time about running. I became quite about this topic, but now I try to slowly get back into this activity. In 2017 I was a running freak. I ran every day for a whole month and also preached about running a lot. Everybody should try it and do morning runs, was my mantra back then. The YouTubers I watched and podcasters I listened, as well as writers whose stories I read (all about motivation, self improvement, success etc.
This is just a quick post, I mainly write for myself, in case it should happen to me again. I temporarily broke my Fedora Silverblue installation for the second time by running the command: sudo rpm-ostree ex livefs --i-like-danger after I installed a new package. One has to append --i-like-danger for a reason, but I didn’t want to hear. I wanted to try the new package directly without rebooting my PC.
Yesterday, I added support to my Hugo theme to use it to reply to other posts on the web using the u-in-reply-to class (here’s the documentation for h-entry) and sending a webmention after publishing the post. Now I can use my blog to comment on other IndieWeb-compatible sites, how cool is that? 😄 Some sites automatically display received webmentions, but I currently don’t plan to do so. However, I receive webmentions and see them in my feed reader.
Amit Gawande replied to my post about journaling with rwtxt with a question regarding my setup: Your setup really sounds interesting to me and I would love to have something similar setup. Can you please elaborate on this a bit? Here’s how it looks like and how exactly I use it… Like a lot of other services, I self-host rwtxt using Docker on my home cloud (using an Odroid HC2).
I stumbled on to /e/ some time ago (when it was announced and when they announced pre-installed refurbished phones with /e/), but took another look today after the launch of Android 10. In my opinion Android’s development is very worrying as it get’s more coupled to Google with every release. I don’t like iOS either, because its a completely walled garden. /e/ tries to provide help to completely break free from Google by not only offering an alternative smartphone OS, but also alternative hosted services like email, cloud storage etc.