It might be a weird choice to have something like 'tmux' among the first posts, but the origin of these notes is documentation needed for work, and there's a server heavily involved in the repository where something like 'tmux' is a must for long-running processes where you need the flexibility to disconnect and return.
I really need to make the screenshots look better.
Added an RSS feed https://cli.suppliedtitle.org/feeds/posts.xml
Also, notes on cd and pwd.
@andrewjbtw Haha I am so used to seeing the theming as the default for the Ruby-based Jekyll that I just assumed it was Jekyll instead of Pelican!
@ashley I was glad to see someone ported it to python because I'd started out with regular octopress on my personal blog and didn't want to change the theme (and none of the other pelican themes appealed to me). Still seems to need ruby for the sass/css but that's just one command.
@andrewjbtw i learned something right off the bat skimming your `ls` notes (the -i option).
does pelican do rss/atom? i would subscribe to a feed if one were there.
@brennen thanks! There is a feed, but I need to fix the configuration. I'm getting a warning about deprecated syntax during site generation.
@andrewjbtw this is extremely useful!
@andrewjbtw I adore tmux!!!
@platypus it's really the best
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