Boris Mann

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11:59pm Monday

Major surgery on the site, nicely celebrated from almost 24 hours ago :) Yes, working on my blog on my birthday has got to be tradition by now.

What was Journals all got dumped into logs. Which is a collection in JekyllJekyll
Set env variable PAGES_REPO_NWO to build on [[Netlify]]
Set the environment variable PAGES_REPO_NWO to a repo such as spadebuilders/EIPs if you want to have Jekyll sites build on Netlify.
Posts by Year

{% for post in site.posts %}
{% capture current_year %}{{ | date: "%Y" }}{% endcapture %}
{% if current_year != previous_year %}
{% unless forloop.first %}
{% endunless %}
<h2>{{ current_year }}</h2>
{% assign...
but I’m going to call them all Journals: more granular daily notes and bookmark postings via IndieKitIndieKit
From the Github README:

Indiekit is a small but powerful server that acts as the go-between your website and the wider independent web.

Publish content to your website using apps like [[iAWriter]], [[]], Icro, Indigenous or services that support the [[Micropub]] API
Syndicate your content to social networks like Twitter, Mastodon and LinkedIn, and save posts to the Internet Archive
Accept likes, comments and other types of feedback on your content with Webmention
Save files to dif...
. The Journal page groups things by day.

Somewhere in there, implemented LittlefootLittlefoot
Littlefoot is a [[JavaScript]] library to make great inline footnotes. It’s a non-jQuery replacement for [[BigfootJS]].
From the Github README:

littlefoot is a lightweight JavaScript library that creates exceptional footnotes. It was forked from Bigfoot.js by Chris Sauvé and does not require jQuery.
Simply include the code on your pages and footnotes will be detected automatically and improved in the following ways:

Links to footnotes will be replaced with clickable/tappable buttons, makin...
for footnotes, and will mostly remove the Simply JekyllSimply Jekyll
Highly customized [[Jekyll]] template that supports both posts and custom notes, with everything able to be linked together with [[backlinks]] and other features.
Found via @bopuc on Ton’s post.

By Raghuveer S, [[@raghuveerdotnet on Github::]].
Preview / example, available on Github
Tutorial [[How to setup Simply Jekyll]], which is basically clone the repo, connect to [[Netl...
specific syntax for margin notes, except for design reasons like the home page.