Changes are the way we develop ourselves.
Merged a few new commits from my upstream repository and moved the google analytics code to a local version.
Added some posts in #TIL and updated the “Redirection-Info-Page”.
Notice: New version of
nginx messed things in
/var/www/htdocs up. Most files were removed by that update process.
This time we remove the changelogs from
_posts to avoid new notifications via the feeds or the like. Now the changelog gets build from the
Changelog page got updated and renders now the individual posts in _posts/changelogs to a combined page.
Added the wake island warriors memorial page.
Migrated the changes of Made Mistakes into my repo and removed the Memos Collection — moved the four articles, that I created within Memos today, into #TIL.
Site goes online. Automatic deployment works. Staticman comments also work.
Also the self-hosted contactform works.
Made Mistakes has been ported (mostly) for my personal use.
Most migration to un-themed Made Mistakes Website
- basic file structure alive
- some images for feature headers created/ported
- most files from the second repository (Images) deleted and replaced
Added photography content and subpages. Listed my equipment on that page.
Added contact form (using FormMail.com for now). I plan to move over to nms FormMail hosted on my own webserver (I need to setup CGI for this to work).
Moved from Minimal Mistakes to Feeling Responsive by Moritz Sauer. Also changed the main language to english – as this should better fit into the wide openess of the internet.
Now time has come when I first setup my website using Minimal Mistakes by Michael Rose.
I was already seeking the whole internet for a responsive and clean theme or website. I tried lots of CMS and dynamic websites. I tried them on many different webservers. But never felt happy with one of them.