Updated on 21 October 2019 due to breaking changes in macOS Catalina 10.15.[Read More]
This site is not about “cherry-picking” -well maybe in a sense it is- but my intention is to share my experiences and sometimes my solutions of problems/challenges I encounter.
I will try to keep it pragmatic and stay far from Arthur C. Clarke's 3rd law1.
Unfortunately this site is stil work in progress …
It has some sample content that came with the default installation but slowly it is build out to my be personal corner on the web. I'm not sure if it ever will stop being a playground, time will tell ;-) My intention is to use markdown in a format that can be used in MkDocs and in Hugo without using the double-bracket additions.
Stuff to do:
- Syntax highlight and copy code
- PlantUML support
- Admonition support
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”↩
Multiple Git Accounts
When you are working with multiple Git accounts across different git-providers it's hard to manage access to all these repositories. When you search for a solution you will find different ways to solve this problem.
Basically it comes down to two SSH-based solutions;[Read More]
Open in VSCodium
A Finder toolbar button to open files or folders in VSCodium
I recently switched from Visual Studio Code (on Mac) to VSCodium and missed Sertaç Özercan's OpenInCode toolbar app. With that tool you can select a file or folder and click on the toolbar icon to open the selection in Visual Studio Code.
This post describes what I did to “restore” the toolbar button functionality for VSCodium.[Read More]
Switching to VSCodium
Visual Studio without the tracking and telemetry
Probably as many of you, I tried my share of code editors; TextMate, Sublime and Atom. A while ago I wrote a little app in Go(Lang) and someone pointed me to Visual Studio Code and Microsoft's Go(Lang) plugin. I tried it and switched …
Until I read something about the FLOSS version of Visual Studio Code; VSCodium and switched again …[Read More]
Make your Ansible playbooks flexible, maintainable, and scalable
Notes on Geerlinguy's presentation at AnsibleFest 2019
Jeff Geerling (geerlingguy) gave a presentation at AnsibleFest 2019 in Austin (TX). This post is an abstract of his presentation. Jeff's presentation covers how he builds and maintains Ansible playbooks, roles, and gives tips for making them easy to expand and scale.[Read More]
Photoswipe Gallery Sample
Making a Gallery
Big Image Sample
Using Multiple Images
The image banners at the top of the page are refered to as “bigimg” in this theme. They are optional, and one more more can be specified. If more than one is specified, the images rotate every 10 seconds. In the front matter, bigimgs are specified using an array of hashes.[Read More]
Using Hugo or Pygments
The following are two code samples using syntax highlighting.[Read More]