Published on Jan 23, 2022. Last updated on Jan 23, 2022
I've made a couple projects and put the source code up on Github, Gitlab, and Codeberg. You can view all of them on the home of this website.
I've always thought it would be nice to maintain an open source project for a couple of months, but I am unable to come up with anything of such type. Anything I come up with will probably take a couple hours at most. I think I don't have enough experience to make something that takes a couple of months to build.
However, I think I made a couple useful things. They are small, but hopefully useful. Some of them are include MWE: make work easier and liblock. I guess most of the things I've written are web-based, probably to cater to as many people as possible.
In the future, I would probably like to write some posts on the blog. In the mean time, I do update these logs:
To conclude, to make the blog writting experience more
enjoyable, I should create a simple shell script
create.sh that allows me to create a blog
entry. I like writing blogs in HTML because it has more features
than something like Markdown, so I'm thinking
just copies the contents of
(find it in
blog/template.html in the
and changes the name. It has to update the title of the article
in two places, and it also has to update the entry list
for the blog.
However, one problem with this is that the reader should see when a post gets published and updated. I currently am going to have to update the date the post gets updated, but can automate the date the post gets published. I think there exists a simple HTML blogging solution and I should check it out.
I've just started out writing blogs, and I think I'll write better content in the future. For now, that's it! See you next time, whenever that is... :)