Andrés Cárdenas

🇨🇴 Autodidact. Thinking out-loud about Free software, privacy, Football & Rock music.

Tags: indieweb


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All you need is GoBlog.

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↩️ Reply to: https://jlelse.blog/micro/2022/07/2022-07-17-veffx

Loving the improvements, Jan-Lukas. I have already imported my Notes and Articles into my instance, knowing that eventually GoBlog will be my home.

Before reaching out to you I wrote an article on how there’s no easy to install IndieWeb-ready blogging system, but there is, so I had to scrap it. Thank you for discouraging my blogging 🙃

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I’ve tried to “upgrade” my static site generator many times, always end up sticking with it. In joining the #IndieWeb my website now integrates all essential features for my public online activity and feature-wise it’s everything I ever wanted.

mfw it all runs on #Jekyll

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That's good news on the "custom permalinks" front, right? 🤞

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I installed Tanzawa. It's amazing. Seriously amazing.

I feel right at home using its UI. I'm loving testing it locally, but there's two things I haven't figure out:

1. What's the best way to import content from markdown files? My goal is to import my Jekyll website and I think at the moment there's 2 ways to do it.

  • Manually creating new posts on the Tanzawa Dashboard by copying and pasting the content and then manually changing the dates through the Django Settings.

  • Exporting the Jekyll post files to Wordpress, exporting the Wordpress site and then importing it into Tanzawa.

Is there an alternative to these options?

2. Custom link support.

I couldn't find a way to create an /about or /now page. I tried having entries with custom set permalinks, but was unable to find such option. I think this might be my fault by missing something in the documentation and I'd appreciate some help.

Thank you for open sourcing this project.

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Hello, IndieWeb!

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For the past month I have put more hours into this website than I ever have. I didn’t make huge changes in the design, there’s isn’t much to do anyways as my colorblindness and a pinch of paranoia have led me to settle with black and white as the “trusted colors.” So I’ll stick with it. I did, however, made sustancial changes on how the website (me) interacts with the interwebs, but this is not a post about the my website setup, who needs another one of those?

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