topic: GitHub

Everything I’ve written on the subject, from the beginning of this version of the site.

I may also have written on this on earlier versions of my website:

  1. 2006 – 2011 (link coming soon!)
  2. did not have a blog!
  3. 2012 – 2013 (link coming soon!)
  4. 2014 – 2019
  • 2020

    • Feb

      • 29

        • 16:41 — NOTES

          I really, really wish GitHub had a slightly lower entry point for Teams/Organizations. I’d like to do everything for rewrite in a single organization on GitHub, rather than all under … but $25/month is frankly kind of steep for one developer. I’d be happy paying $10/month for just organization management, with the jump to $25 for supporting multiple developers. As is, though… GitLab looks appealing, whatever its other weaknesses.

    • Nov

      • 25

        • 10:09 — NOTES

          Just set up scheduled builds for this site using Netlify and GitHub Actions (following this handy guide) so that I can schedule drafts for the future and have them go live automatically.1 It’s pretty astounding how great these kinds of free tools are at this point.


          1. I know, this comes for free with WordPress, Ghost, etc. I like my static site generator, though: no server to manage is a big win. ↩︎