Regular Life Resumes Tomorrow
I've spent much of today forcing myself to not acknowledge that tomorrow my 2-week end-of-year break comes to an end. It's a definite perk of working for Wizards, and something I deeply enjoy as a chance to recharge after the year's work for the company. Obviously with Covid, it is a bit different. I'm not going into the office, tomorrow morning I'll be opening a different laptop - that's the difference.
Aside from my workday, I've also got a few new ideas for Glowbug's development this week:
- Modify the morning tweet - Namely, I want to add some post headlines to attract readers
- Add domains in visible text for people scanning links, not sure the right way for me to do this yet (template structure?) - This comes from my own desire for it to be default behavior for browsers and sites to do this. I am much more interested in following a link to a reputable site than I am to some random content farm.
- Restructure templating engine to unify processing. Right now there are basically four code segments that generate the index, the date pages, the date index, and the individual entry pages. In truth, all of those should be parsable by the same template processor code. Along with that will come making smart template creation & updates.
But, with that said, and with the return of real work - my time to fiddle with Glowbug will diminish. So we will see when I get to each of these items.
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