5th of August, 2022 · In Technical · Tagged with css, web

CSS Libraries are Bloat

Here I detail how I came full-circle on CSS libraries, and now don't recommend using them.

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27th of July, 2022 · In Technical · Tagged with suckless, dmenu

Dmenu Images Patch

I wanted dmenu to be able to render images for suckless-youtube, so I patched it with the ability to render images inline from the current working directory.

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14th of July, 2022 · In Technical · Tagged with dmenu, suckless

Suckless Youtube Client

Watching youtube videos through the browser is at best annoying and at worst a clunky privacy nightmare. We introduce a suckless way to watch them.

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28th of August, 2021 · In Technical · Tagged with livestreaming, self-hosted, nginx, p2p

Minimum Viable Live Streaming

With the ever increasing popularity of livestreaming one has to ask if there is a simple way to set up your own livestream website to make you more independent of large corporations. The good news is that it is relatively straightforward for anyone to set up if they can set up a simple website.

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14th of April, 2021 · In Technical · Tagged with suckless, rust

Debloated Markdown Blog with Zola

We detail how this blog was debloated using Zola and no Javascript. It now respects users privacy by not including any javascript whatsoever (especially no Google tracking code), and is almost as small a payload to deliver to the browser as possible.

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