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Freelance Developer, Indie Hacker, Maker of https://mkws.sh/

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adi
 (19 hours ago)

For mkws I’m considering dropping version control completely as it’s so small and I believe it’s a good idea to send the message that you don’t necessary need version control, but it’s a good idea to be present on GitHub. What do you think?


adi
 (23 hours ago)

@prologic I would like to write a CGI version of pp and nobody is a big fan on parsing QUERY_STRING in shell scripts so I believe it’s a good idea so have a pp parse the QUERY_STRING and send those variable to the underlying sh instance in the global scope. One security measure along chrooting is disallowing overwriting of already present ENV variables. Any other idea?


adi
 (5 days ago)

@darch @prologic (#hcbm5ya) Ah, I wasn’t suggesting redoing in any way, that would be a bad idea, your site is cool, I just sent the link just so you’re aware it exists. Can’t go more old-school than shell scripts. 😛 Good job on the notes page!


adi
 (5 days ago)

From the early 2010’s I have been VJing and exploring improvising visuals to live music events ranging from jazz, psychedelic hardrock, raves, noise and whatnot.
In 2019 I discovered live coding and have been teaching myself and others at workshops how to make visuals with code ever since.

@prologic look at what @darch is into


adi
 (5 days ago)

A sort of hybrid between Windows Notepad, a monolithic-kernel operating system, and the International Space Station.

I never used Emacs.


adi
 (6 days ago)

@thewismit (#ua6ghra) I’m “trying” to do as little as possible! 😁 Less everything! Less code, less abstractions, less files, less dependencies, less “techs”. Minimal stuff required to solve duplication basically and minimal stuff to get a site up.