I find myself increasingly drawn toward static, minimal, immutable, and lightweight software with low resource footprint. I have made some changes to my computing activity flows, which I describe below:
Migrated my blog and website back to Hugo, a static web site generator written in Go, which is now hosted at my new domain that points to a VPS running Nginx.
Am in the process of migrating my Git projects to my own server, with cgit as a browsable front-end. My cgit instance is hosted on the VPS at git.unixc.at. A few of my projects are there now. I will still keep them on GitHub but most of them will be archived. My mdBook Zsh Manual will not be archived because it is part of a CI/CD workflow on Netlify, and I would like to keep it open to potential pull requests or suggestions from the Zsh community.
I have started using NixOS as my daily driver and am enjoying it thus far. It is everything an automatist could want in an operating system.
I’m currently tinkering with an Openbox + tint2 + sxhkd + rofi + Alacritty + picom + tmux computing environment. I will also use Xfce’s power management, polkit, and authentication agent.
Techne, my personal reference base, will no longer be hosted as a website. Nobody but me really uses it anyway. I’m going to migrate it to VimWiki and use it locally, but I will store the contents in a Git repository. Migrating all the markdown files to VimWiki should be pretty trivial. I will also be cleaning it up a bit and removing content that I no longer have use for.
Some concepts and philosophical ideals that I aim toward:
This makes me happy 😊
Last updated: 2021-11-19