Git post-receive hook fun has been hosted on a cheap VPS for a few years. On this VPS, I've also been running a private instance of Gitea, the lightweight Git hosting solution I prefer.

Lately, I've been moving more and more of my small one-off projects on to this Gitea instance, for proper archival purposes and to be able to keep track of everything a bit better. I greatly prefer having all projects centralized and versioned to having multiple copies of projects in different states scattered around multiple harddrives...

I just finished moving this website to my Gitea instance. Since this website is built with a static site generator tool (Pelican) I figured I'd set everything up such that the entire website is automatically built and deployed after committing and pushing the Git repository to Gitea.

Since you can read this, I guess it worked! :)

Will this mean that I'll be writing more often here? Probably not.

In the meantime, the last somewhat-cool personal project I worked on was Operation RM. I wrote it over the course of a week, and I think that what I managed to achieve in that time was quite neat. Perhaps one day I'll get around to expanding it a bit more.

© 2012-2017 Joris van de Donk. Built using Pelican. Based on theme by Vincent Cheng, available on GitHub, which is based on svbhack by Carey Metcalfe, which is based on svbhack by Giulio Fidente. Modified by Joris van de Donk.