New blog. Or, more exactly, new blog software.
My Obsidian vault is “all-in-one”, personally I don’t like switching between multiple vaults for work and private stuff, and I organize it in a way to keep things separated in one vault. Multiple templates I’m using automatically generate Tasks in my vault, therefore I need a convenient way to see open work tasks. This blog posting describes the approach I’m using.
One of the cool features it has is named “Daily Notes”. As the name implies, there is a new note generated for every day. For me, this is used for writing down notes which do not deserve their own note. But also this is rather heavily used to share all kind of content from my mobile devides into the daily note in the first place. Content doesn’t have to stay there, in fact most of it is either handled one way or another, or is moved to a different place. But it is a very nice collection point in the first place.
Many people (I don’t like this phrase) are leaving Twitter these days, and looking for a new social media home. One of these places is Mastodon. This blog post aims to summarize the steps necessary for a migration, and includes pointers to websites which can help with said move.
The Google Summer of Code 2021 (GSoC) for the PostgreSQL Project is wrapped up. The timeline this year was shortened to half, compared to previous years. That’s good, because smaller projects can be worked on, and students have a chance to cope with a changing environment at home and university. On the other hand, the shorter time doesn’t allow diving into more complex projects. Nevertheless, with the help of all mentors, six students successfully concluded their projects.
Shortcodes in Hugo are a neat and poweful system to avoid repating the same piece of text over and over again. Let’s say I have the following text: