What is my Projection for this blog? Oct 21 2014
As i mentioned back, I am good at some projections. So, lets do that thing first.
- Need list of target sources, which were influencing me
- Need Bookmarking for targeted sources
- Categorize the domains, call them in category, on which i want to write
- Write synopsis of what to write, for sake of category
- Drill down to sub-category if any
- Go to 4, till needed
- Prepare some initial topics for all categories
- again write statement of work kind of proposal
- start working, enough listing, go with the flow :)
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Its a non ending job.
Why this blog is impossible ? Oct 21 2014
I want to write about lot of things, but, i lack the strength for writing. I know, I am lazy, Still projection is a good thing. And this is the best thing, i am good at. Another thing, where i am best, is thinking about the worse.
I took a very long time, to start this blog. 7 + years, in the making. What made this delay is a lot of things, but most importantly the comfort. I was not comfortable with the blogging platforms, i didn’t had control.
I can’t be online all the time, and working offline was almost impossible for blogspot, wordpress, tumbler etc. Believe it or not, i have tested all.
choose any blogging engine, and put subdomain abhiesa, in front of it, and i am there. But that was out of my comfort zone. Too many options in editing, and not having control on output, like css, js, html etc.
After my long patience, i moved to jkyll like system last year, and still, it was tough for me. Ruby, Rake, RVM, etc etc. Yes i am a nerd, but not for ruby, python, jade etc. Also, i needed my home laptop for doing anything on it. I was unable to write, at office (whenever i was free), on the move, at night (when my little daughter, goes to sleep, and illumination is another problem.), etc etc.
Recently i found out something called Hexo.IO, and Travis-CI, and i combined both of them.
Now I have tweaked theme, control over output generation, and automated builds. That means, i office i can just write something on notepad, and in evening, i can create a new file on github and paste its content it.
I can do the same thing from my Nexus 7, and my cheap Micromax Canvas phone.
Whenever I check in, I get my blog updated. I can always revert, and change anything a lot.
Still, somethings are left.
- learn markdown as pro
- optimize css
- move from ejs theme to handlebar theme
- optimize site for speed, currently speed is very bad
- have total control on output
- find a place to host images
I am using sublime text 3 for typing, this blog, most of the time.
I don’t know right know, how good this setup is going to be, but for now, this looks ok, but still impossible.
Hexo Travis Config Oct 20 2014
My Kind of Hello World
Travis Config to deploy hexo blog automatically using Travis-CI