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  • Concise Full Stack Courses for Busy Web Developers - Build the portfolio you need to be a badass web developer. |
  • I am not a taxonomist. Categorizing content is not my thing. Blogging platforms by default expect you to apply some kind of taxonomy to the bit of content you are writing. Is it a "page", "blog", "node", "custom node", "custom post type". It layers on top of that the option to tag it and if you don't that's fine. It asks you to assign it to a category and if you don't that is not fine. It lands in "Uncategorized" displaying to the world that you don't care deeply enough about your content. Absolute "blue shirt" 👕. - Foam as My Content Engine |
  • I need something ridiculously easy to publish with. I hate friction. I strongly dislike slow DB queries and slow web-based admin interfaces. I need to be able to drop my content into something like "Pandoc", "Marked", "Rehype" and see a collection of interconnected thoughts. I should be able to publish it with most of the many static site generators out there without feeling lock-in. - Foam as My Content Engine |
  • Convert ACSM files to PDF/EPUBs with one command on Linux (and macOS very soon). This software does not utilize Adobe Digital Editions nor Wine. It is completely free and open-source software written natively for Linux. - BentonEdmondson/knock: Convert [ACSM](/research/188726) files to PDFs/EPUBs with one command on Linux