I have successfully used Google Drive and Insync to organize all of the e-books that I have acquired during the last years. Currently plan to upload them to a personal DokuWiki instance since I use it more every day. Before I can start, I need to extract cover images to ensure that I will get a decent outcome.
I have created a simple shell script to convert manual pages to DokuWiki as I want to have them always at hand and easily interlink to them from other pages.
It is not a secret that I am using Gandi Simple Hosting to host sleeplessbeastie’s notes website. This solution is almost maintenance-free and does not require any additional work to use Jekyll, as hosting static content is dead simple (see shell script to automate build and upload process).
Recently I needed a simple utility to generate index files at briefcase.sleeplessbeastie.eu, so after a while, I came up with two simple solutions, each of which has different strengths and weaknesses.
I decided to drop tags and categories during the migration from WordPress to Jekyll, but it was not the best decision as it turned out.
This post describes a quick way to create .htaccess rewrite rules after permalinks change from /%post_id% to /%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
This simple script will create web thumbnail using cutycapt console command.
Configuration snippet for later reference.