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pubkey 2019

1 minute read Published: 2019-06-29

openpgp keys, round 2019-06:

checksums for self-hosted file:

  • SHA1 (A88C8ADD129828D7EAC02E52E22F9BBFEE348588.pub) = 4f23c6e1bc600b4802f831480970ea2fbaa05dd5
  • SHA512 (A88C8ADD129828D7EAC02E52E22F9BBFEE348588.pub) = 570326e67289a859aebd6415381880a199027f7ebe186838e866e1ed9a1f20fa0f75873a52fa0c09ab80c9e55c9ae2fd6c02e600511a1fb671a734ae366fbb3f
  • RMD160 (A88C8ADD129828D7EAC02E52E22F9BBFEE348588.pub) = fb987c479af77f8b4adb01881e97a9126bbc96dc

lo and behold

2 minute read Published: 2019-06-29

The careful reader won't have noticed that I went through maybe 30 versions of this website and its design at this point.

Yet another redesign of the website happened, before I'm trying to transition to something which looks more like what I can do, since last year it occured to me that telling others how important websites are in their looks as a virtual representation of oneself but not doing anything about my own is just bad.

The previous version was done in Guile (Haunt, by David Thompson). As much as I dislike working with Guile when it throws errors, this was solid and good for some time.

sunsetting parts of c.n0.is

1 minute read Published: 2019-05-04

I am (mostly) retiring my git and fossil webinterface.

Future release of source code will happen directly as tarballs. For the future I might re-release some of the source repositories, once I'm done with my mercurial/hg implementation. Everything which needs a significant amount of colab will be handled as exceptions.

emacs-jinja2-mode 0.2.2

1 minute read Published: 2019-04-04

I have made a new release of jinja2-mode after almost 2 years of no significant changes but extensions I use in production.

I realized too late that I broke the tarball naming scheme I followed, this will be fixed next time.

Futures

3 minute read Published: 2019-03-18

Many years back I had a dream and vision of work on a network and system with flat or next to none authorities. A system worth to trust.

This was before I learned about GNUnet and started working on it. My initial system never moved off the white board. The white board went into 'projects to work on' folder for better days.