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werc now has a site-search app. it just redirects to duckduckgo, but it beats what we had before, which was a TODO to add google.

werc's default blog app, blagh, supports atom and rss, and now supports jsonfeed as well.

shoved html5 semantic elements into the default werc template. also switched it to classless css. helped someone use pandoc as the main html generator (so mixed markdown+latex stuff gets typeset properly, on the fly). next task: site search using duckduckgo, out of the box. hoping to release werc 1.5.0 on the tenth anniversary of 1.4.0

silicon valley has been promising us driverless cars for years and now it's finally been delivered and all anyone wants is a vaccine to stop it


is it worth using html5 tags like <nav> and <article> and shit or is that just going to needlessly destroy backwards compatibility with older browsers? asking for a werc maintainer

shimano hollowtech ii is the worst shit

pinephone is a clear example that, given open access to hardware designs, a supportive manufacturer, and months of collaborative development time, the linux community can produce sixteen nearly identical distributions which each support a different third of the target device features

Mastodon @ SDF

"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko