• Migrated my graden (MediaWiki) from MySQL to SQLite like Tanzawa so I could shutdown and disable it on my server.Β  I'm also able to start importing checkins from swarm again – love how they look.
  • in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
    Just finished migrating my blog to Tanzawa! Got some CSS tweaks to make, but super pumped! πŸŽ‰
  • Transferred my past project pages, which are more evergreen non-streamy data to my garden. With that finished I just need to find an hour for the migration from Wordpress to Tanzawa.

  • I think I've done it. I got all post content importing how I'd like. I've got view to redirect requests to old Wordpress post urls / categories / categories feeds to their new uuid based permalink. I can customize the site name. And I've added pagination to all of the public views.

    Now all I have to do is actually make the switch!
  • Got image rewriting working so all posts will use the Tanzawa standard photo insert...and noticed a bug when I import images.

    Photos taken with an iPhone rely on the exif data to indicate the proper orientation. However, I strip all exif data from photos when I save them for saving size and enhancing privacy....

    No exif data to orient the image and vertical images appear sideways. Β The solution is simple: Β rotate the image before stripping / extracting the exif data. Thankfully the fix is simple.
  • Checkin to Starbucks

    in Kanagawa, Japan
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  • I've got streams being set properly for each category. The last bit is to clean up the content automatically and rewrite / swap out image tags. Particularly photos posted with Sunlit. Posts made with Sunlit are displayed as an <a> tag (which links to your original image with a "-scaled" suffix) and an <img> tag with a source that proxies through micro.blog.

    It also has an attachment of the second photo, which I am automatically inserting into the post.

    I need to extract all <a> tags, detect if their href attribute has a "-scaled" in it, and strip that. Then I can look in my database for that attachment entry in my db and rewrite the tag as a Tanzawa image insert. Shouldn't take too long. Maybe tomorrow.
  • There's light at the end of the tunnel. I can import all of my post content, including check meta-data, bookmark urls – everything. The only remaining tasks is to build a custom 404 handler that will redirect visits to the old Wordpress urls to their new Tanzawa permalinks and to use the configured Category -> Stream mapping record.
  • Checkin to Iida Farm (飯田牧場)

    in Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan
    Took the bike to get some fresh gelato πŸ˜‹
  • Checkin to Kinuta Park (η §ε…¬εœ’)

    in Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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