Second Footnotes Community Meeting

On 31/05/2021 we held our second footnotes community meeting. This time it was public! Since it’s relatively new and the meetings with the core developers happened another day due to scheduling, I was alone. Nonetheless, here’s the update: What we talked about I screen-shared the First Footnotes Community Meeting Post and went through the kind of people we’re looking for to further enhance the plugin Version 3.0 will be coming soon The settings menu will receive a considerable overhaul further stability improvements Next footnotes community meeting The next meeting will be held on 31/05/2021 at 8pm GMT+02:00 (CET) and all following meetings will be held on the last Monday of the month at the same time.

This Website Is an Open Book

This website is an open book and I’m going to share with you, what that means, why that is and how it works. It took me a good while to get to this point, so I figured it would be helpful for others to speed along their process. What does this mean? This website is built using HUGO, a static site generator, it runs on GitHub Pages and is built from my markcheret/cheret-tech git repository.

Why I Renamed My Git Branches From Master to Main

It’s been a while since GitHub changed the default branch name from master to main. If you’re interested in the deeper background and how GitHub is not the only platform implementing this change, check out the statement of the ‘software freedom conservancy’ on 23/6/2020. What I welcome most about this movement is that it got way easier to rename the default branch on GitHub, which used to be a major PITA.