Okay, got the first two days of #100DaysOfCode done. My GitHub profile is now prettier than ever!
Tomorrow I will either blog about how to use GitHub actions to automatically update the README.md or I will set up my RasPi to serve as a host for all my documentations.
Last time I checked DietPi didn't allow multiple Let's Encrypt certificates, so either I override certificates manually or I take another distribution.
Any experienced people out there who can help with that choice?
Started the #100DaysOfCode challenge, maybe that will let me finally finish a project or two.
Day one was updating my GitHub profile page, procrastinating like a good programmer should do!
My first impressions of mastodon could be better. All I see are Japanese postings, bots that post nudes or hentai every 20 minutes, anti-maskers and a few special ones that have their mental disability written in their bio. I mean I get it, it's the internet, but I can also try twitter again if nobody can tell me the pros of this network 😔
Okay, that's that!
I might be a bit late to the party, but I thought instead of reviving my twitter account I could try this here out. Seems promising, but brings the same problems that I had when I started with Twitter: Who to follow, what to post, where to look?
Let's see what happens, maybe you will surprise me!
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