if you have a personal web log, please reply with the url!
an attempt to collect everyone’s blogs - so as to not let precious non-commercial content go unread and unnoticed - is likely the only time i’ll ever ask:
please boost this toot.
@nydel As for your question on the format for presenting the list, I think traditionally people would prepare an OPML file. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OPML
The tricky part is that you need to write a script which visits every URL and extracts the Feed URL from the metadata (called xmlUrl in the OPML spec). Then you feed the OPML file to an aggregator such as Planet Venus and it will aggregate the blog posts from all these posts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet_(software)
@kensanata thank you so much, you are very thoughtful and kind to help with this. i think i can hack up a commonlisp go-to of mine i usually use to make CSV from remote content by various protocol. i was unaware of OPML spec which should be much closer to what i hoped than a simple url list. i told orgmode to really start chipping at my self-esteem if i haven’t finished by thursday :) thank you again!
@nydel I still have a blog, although I haven't been writing for it as much as I used to. It's hosted on SDF and in my profile. Goes back to 2007 or so, although I halfassedly reskinned the HTML and CSS a while back and the old entries are unfortunately hard to get to. I should really fix that.
Google informed me I'm getting punished in search results due to not being mobile-friendly enough. :(
@nydel My old content is at https://undergroundeconomist.tumblr.com/ (use that domain instead of the custom one because a) https and b) I will eventually re-point the custom one but I will try to copy my old posts once I get my self-hosted blog set up.
I also have a bunch of old content on Facebook but I've gone back and forth with permissions so it's all friends-only now. Eventually I'll painstakingly port the suitable-for-public-consumption ones to a self-hosted blog.
@nydel I've wrote up some
Mine is not ready yet.
not shure if that counts as a blog Show more
not shure if that one counts.
I mostly use it to pick up a current event that I find important and spread over a longer period of time voices of people that are involved and do an own longer analyses once I feel comfortable enough with the theme.
(as I'm only using it since some month I'm just in the secound theme. First theme was catalonia, secound is rojava)
@nydel The URL is not definitive, and it's in French, but https://yannicka.pages.bitmycode.com/tmp-yannicka/
@modgethanc absolutely yes :) that's the plan! i am surprised and delighted at the number of replies (and quality of the content, there is priceless stuff here) - i will reply to the thread with some sort of loosely-organized list (will try a url & a feed list) of them all by the end of the week!
@nydel Looks like you had the same idea i had last week, but you get more replys :)
mine is: copperanarchist.com
(both of these go to the same place nowadays, they used to be two separate blogs). Mostly tech/electronics projects atm (might put some more varied content on there) - although my posts about pagers are surprisingly popular though and folk from FR and HK have contacted me and successfully made use of the info I've posted! 📟
@nydel ansuz.sooke.bc.ca . But I'm not sure about your repeated emphasis on "non-commercial." That's not what I think is important about Web logs. What *is* important is not being on a centralized walled-garden site like Facebook, and many things could claim to be "non-commercial" while failing that test.
@nydel I have a giant list of game/graphics programming blogs I subscribe to here: https://mastodon.gamedev.place/@reedbeta/99420337700606054
Do I have to pick one if the whole website is a weird-formatted personal project space with blogging? Probably, so: