Posting with WordPress feels so clunky. So many buttons and check boxes when all I want is to just click a button and type. I’m really looking forward to getting my blog over to my own system so I can move from a generic cms/blogging system to something streamlined specifically for blogging, and most importantly, how I want to blog.
I’m already full of ideas for fun pages I’ll able to make once my data is in a proper relational format and in a database that supports geographic queries. But first I need to finish porting my data. So close I can taste it.
I kinda want to move my server to FreeBSD. Maybe once I get Tanzawa to the point where I can migrate my blog over from WP to Tanzawa.
Shipped my new webmentions dashboard in Tanzawa. You can see a preview of them on this post on the Tanzawa development blog.
And we’re live on prod!
With /r/wallstreetbets going private because the people are taking a bail out from the hedge funds, I can’t help but think that we’re on the first steps of a swing away from a centralized web. Finally. ✊🚀
Just finished shipping a webmention endpoint in Tanzawa. Actual display of webmentions is a task for another time as it turns out to be quite complex.
I got my Mac back from repair and have promptly resumed working on Tanzawa. Today I shipped RSS feeds. Subscribe to the Tanzawa feed to follow development.
Picking up my fixed computer. What a sight for sore eyes.
Can play and watch the bullet train.
Really excited to have the first instance of 🏔Tanzawa built and running on a server. Named after the mountain range I see everyday out my window.