I have started the process of migrating from WordPress to Jekyll. And boy am I excited 😀
Since Jekyll is a web site platform written in Ruby with lots of possibilities and extensions, I am right at home. No more writing posts in web forms or clicking around in admin panels – like with WordPress. With Jekyll, pages, posts and other content are simple text files on my laptop. I drop images in directories, fire up a script and my website gets updated with a swish!
First out is the geekier part of me. I have moved isene.org over to Jekyll and will move also my blogging over there with isene.com and isene.me pointing to the same site (maybe to different parts of the site… we’ll see).
Walk right over to isene.org and leave a comment or five on the Welcome post. Tell me what you think about my new home. Any home improvement tips?
… on Github.
Got around to putting my most useful programming projects up on Github.com. You can now easily get the newst versions, repost bugs, read the source code and fork the code to make your own version.
The projects that are up so far are:
- npcg – the random encounters and NPC generator for the AMAR RPG
- hyperlist.vim – the VIM plugin to easily and effectively manage HyperListS
- hypergraph – the tool to make graphical representations of HyperListS
- mailfetch – collect mail from different imap accounts, filter and store locally
- imaptools – Client-side tools for imap mail
- pc41 – Facilitating serial/USB connection to an HP-41 calculator
The next project up will probably be my collection of HP-41 programs found on this site.
Update (2015-08-28): I have now put all my relevant HP-41 related programs up on my Github page. The pages and links on this site is now updated to point to my Github projects.
While I was at it, I decided to make HyperGraph available as an online service. With some wrestling with Ruby (the programming language) and obscure encoding issues, I got it up and running. Now you can take a shopping or todo list, a project plan or business process in form of a HyperList and get a graphical representation in a few seconds. I love when I get into my geek cave and work on stuff like this.
The domain isene.org is where I make my online services available (currently hosting the AMAR NPCg and HyperGraph).