In their own words, taken from the docs, “Codeberg is a democratic community-driven, non-profit software development platform operated by Codeberg e.V. and centered around Codeberg.org, a Gitea-based software forge.”. Essentially, it is a non-profit platform run on donations for sharing free and open source software by providing a collaborative VCS environment based on Gitea. One good day I decided to move all my open source repositories from GitLab over to Codeberg, and that includes the hosting of this very website. This is the story of this migration.
<img /> tag has this handy attribute
It is nowadays commonplace to upload your valued photos to online services that don’t respect your rights like Flickr, Google Photos or Instagram. While these sites have a social component that may help you build an audience and have a wider reach, usually their terms and conditions are abusive to end users. In this post I’ll be discussing how to create your own static HTML photo gallery that you can host on your website using
thumbsup, a static gallery generator written in Python that produces totally customizable photo galleries. You can host your high resolution photos in your private server and have the gallery link to them. The photo gallery on this very site is generated using this method.
If you are like me and you like your user interfaces to be as dark as possible, you have the dark mode preference of your browser enabled. You may have noted that this site has now a dark mode which is activated by default. This is done by querying the
prefers-color-scheme setting in the browser. This post describes how this is done, and it discusses a few tweaks I have implemented design-wise to simplify things and remove useless visual elements.