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# Copy current website; overwriting the legacy ones where needed.
rsync --recursive --verbose ${SourcePrefix}/* $TargetFolder
git add $TargetFolder
git commit -m "Automated build" \
--author="build script <script@hoschi-it.de>" \
-- $TargetFolder
# # commit the build
# git add $TargetFolder
# git commit -m "Automated build" \
# --author="build script <script@hoschi-it.de>" \
# -- $TargetFolder

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distribution/2020/01/01/lets-start/index.html → distribution/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html

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<h1>Hello world!</h1>
<p>2020-01-01 20:03:29+0100</p>
<p>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is,</p>
<p>those silly but funny things you can do with it,</p>
<p>all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>But maybe, they won’t agree.</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”</p>
<p>“I don’t understand a thing.”</p>
<p>“It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?</p>
<p>That is the point where I was about one or two years ago. I realized just a few days ago. So starting this blog I will take you through my everyday tech experiments hoping, someone will read it and be inspired.</p>
<p>Even if you are the only one reading this: That’s worth it for me.</p>

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distribution/2020/12/23/christmas-hope/index.html → distribution/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html

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<body>
<h1>The hope of christmas</h1>
<p>2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100</p>
<p>It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.</p>
<p>But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.</p>
<p>The savior of the world was born.</p>
<pre>
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
</pre>
</body>
</html>

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distribution/2020/12/27/indieweb/index.html → distribution/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html

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<p>Fortunately, I am really not alone. There is a community that help each other to reach this goal. Also, they have come up with a bunch of standards that we can use to connect to each other and to social media through our own websites without giving up control. So in 2021 I will focus on building my website to be compatible with the IndieWeb and connecting to people that also want to reach this goal.</p>
<p>This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I will not delete my social media accounts. Instead, the idea is to keep them and whenever I publish something, post a short text about it in the social media and link to my page so people can decide to just follow my blog in other ways instead. Of course, those other ways will have to be build first. But since I was already able to implement the rough data markup for blog posts (called "h-entry" and author identity (called "h-card") I think this will absolutely be possible.</p>
<p>Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 Minutes) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org">Indieweb Community</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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distribution/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html

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<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en" xml:lang="en">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Thanks @aaronpk</title>
<link rel="shortcut icon" type="image/gif" href="/favicon.ico" />
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<h1>Thanks @aaronpk</h1>
<p>2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100</p>
<p class="quote"><i>Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...</i></p>
<p>- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30</p>
<p>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention">Tutorial about webmentions</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/wiki">IndieWeb wiki</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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distribution/2020/12/29/staging-subdomain/index.html → distribution/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html

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<body>
<h1>A staging area for my website</h1>
<p>2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time. I only keep it here for not breaking links. The staging area is not longer in use.</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.</p>
<p>Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.</p>
<p>But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<ul>
<li>Write the code of the experimental feature</li>
<li>Push it to the staging branch on gitlab</li>

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<updated>2021-10-17T23:20:15+02:00</updated>
<updated>2021-10-18T00:42:11+02:00</updated>
<title>hoschi-it.de feed</title>
<subtitle>Live like you are loved.</subtitle>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/atom.xml" rel="self" />
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/</id>
<entry>
<title>A staging area for my website</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-29T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>A staging area for my website</h1>
<p>2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.</p>
<p>Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.</p>
<p>But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<ul>
<li>Write the code of the experimental feature</li>
<li>Push it to the staging branch on gitlab</li>
<li>Gitlab will run a build</li>
<li>Vercel will get the code</li>
<li>Vercel will deploy the webpage</li>
<li>There the manual or automated tests can take place</li>
</ul>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Thanks @aaronpk</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-28T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Thanks @aaronpk</h1>
<p>2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100</p>
<p class="quote"><i>Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...</i></p>
<p>- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30</p>
<p>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention">Tutorial about webmentions</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/wiki">IndieWeb wiki</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>2021 and the IndieWeb</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-27T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>2021 and the IndieWeb</h1>
<p>2020-12-27 14:05:40+0100</p>
<p>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.</p>
<p>Don’t get my wrong: I like the interaction that takes place on social-media. But what I don’t like are those big companys making my content their own and doing with it whatever they feel like.</p>
<p>Of course, this is going to be hard work to set up and it is going to be work to maintain. But as I do not want those companies to do it on their terms I will need to do it on my own.</p>
<p>Fortunately, I am really not alone. There is a community that help each other to reach this goal. Also, they have come up with a bunch of standards that we can use to connect to each other and to social media through our own websites without giving up control. So in 2021 I will focus on building my website to be compatible with the IndieWeb and connecting to people that also want to reach this goal.</p>
<p>This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I will not delete my social media accounts. Instead, the idea is to keep them and whenever I publish something, post a short text about it in the social media and link to my page so people can decide to just follow my blog in other ways instead. Of course, those other ways will have to be build first. But since I was already able to implement the rough data markup for blog posts (called "h-entry" and author identity (called "h-card") I think this will absolutely be possible.</p>
<p>Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org">Indieweb Community</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>The hope of christmas</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-23T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>The hope of christmas</h1>
<p>2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100</p>
<pre>
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
</pre>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>11 months later</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-22T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So let’s get into it!. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>11 months later</h1>
<p>2020-12-22 21:00:35+0100</p>
<p>11 months later and I haven’t written the second post yet. Seems like life got harder and all that power I once had just vanished. But due to the fact that I am now writing again it could be the a new beginning for the website whose domain adress I already dismissed once.</p>
<p>So let’s get into it!</p>
<h2>A new start 🙭 - here is why</h2>
<p>A few days ago I read about the so-called IndieWeb, which I find very interesting but also kind of shadowy.</p>
<p>It is about not saving all your thoughts and identity into silos that big web companies offer you but putting them onto your own webpage and then giving the silos a link to that thoughts. This way, even if a company changes their terms of services to not longer be freely available or disappears into the depths of history, all those thoughts will be under your control, even if some comments from social media about that may be gone.</p>
<p>At least, that is how I understood it. So if you now better, please correct me!</p>
<p>So with the IndieWeb in mind it hit me: I have my own website. Even if it has not been in use for a few months now, but for the sake of learning who I am and how to express myself I decided to give it a go. 😁</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/">Indieweb</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Hello world!</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html</id>
<updated>2020-01-01T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Hello world!</h1>
<p>2020-01-01 20:03:29+0100</p>
<p>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>But maybe, they won’t agree.</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?</p>
<p>That is the point where I was about one or two years ago. I realized just a few days ago. So starting this blog I will take you through my everyday tech experiments hoping, someone will read it and be inspired.</p>
<p>Even if you are the only one reading this: That’s worth it for me.</p>
<p>They call me hoschi and I want to rouse my passion. Will you join me?</p>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
</feed>

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distribution/gemfeed/index.html

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<body>
<h1>hoschi-it.de's Gemfeed</h1>
<h2>Live like you are loved.</h2>
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html">2020-12-29 (0204 words) - A staging area for my website</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html">2020-12-28 (0076 words) - Thanks @aaronpk</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-27-indieweb.html">2020-12-27 (0343 words) - 2021 and the IndieWeb</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html">2020-12-23 (0007 words) - The hope of christmas</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html">2020-12-22 (0240 words) - 11 months later</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-01-01-lets-start.html">2020-01-01 (0171 words) - Hello world!</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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distribution/index.html

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<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/index.html">Subscribe to this blog's Gemfeed</a><br />
<h3>Posts</h3>
<p>I have switched blog software multiple times. I might be backfilling some of the older articles here. So please don't wonder when suddenly old posts appear here.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html">2020-12-29 - A staging area for my website</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html">2020-12-28 - Thanks @aaronpk</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html">2020-12-27 - 2021 and the IndieWeb</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html">2020-12-23 - The hope of christmas</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html">2020-12-22 - 11 months later</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html">2020-01-01 - Hello world!</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<updated>2021-10-01T13:43:12+02:00</updated>
<updated>2021-10-18T00:42:11+02:00</updated>
<title>hoschi-it.de feed</title>
<subtitle>Having fun with computers!</subtitle>
<subtitle>Live like you are loved.</subtitle>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/atom.xml" rel="self" />
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/</id>
<entry>
<title>A staging area for my website</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-12-29T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>A staging area for my website</h1>
<p>2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.</p>
<p>Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.</p>
<p>But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<ul>
<li>Write the code of the experimental feature</li>
<li>Push it to the staging branch on gitlab</li>
<li>Gitlab will run a build</li>
<li>Vercel will get the code</li>
<li>Vercel will deploy the webpage</li>
<li>There the manual or automated tests can take place</li>
</ul>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Thanks @aaronpk</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-12-28T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Thanks @aaronpk</h1>
<p>2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100</p>
<p class="quote"><i>Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...</i></p>
<p>- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30</p>
<p>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention">Tutorial about webmentions</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/wiki">IndieWeb wiki</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>2021 and the IndieWeb</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-12-27T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>2021 and the IndieWeb</h1>
<p>2020-12-27 14:05:40+0100</p>
<p>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.</p>
<p>Don’t get my wrong: I like the interaction that takes place on social-media. But what I don’t like are those big companys making my content their own and doing with it whatever they feel like.</p>
<p>Of course, this is going to be hard work to set up and it is going to be work to maintain. But as I do not want those companies to do it on their terms I will need to do it on my own.</p>
<p>Fortunately, I am really not alone. There is a community that help each other to reach this goal. Also, they have come up with a bunch of standards that we can use to connect to each other and to social media through our own websites without giving up control. So in 2021 I will focus on building my website to be compatible with the IndieWeb and connecting to people that also want to reach this goal.</p>
<p>This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I will not delete my social media accounts. Instead, the idea is to keep them and whenever I publish something, post a short text about it in the social media and link to my page so people can decide to just follow my blog in other ways instead. Of course, those other ways will have to be build first. But since I was already able to implement the rough data markup for blog posts (called "h-entry" and author identity (called "h-card") I think this will absolutely be possible.</p>
<p>Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org">Indieweb Community</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>The hope of christmas</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-12-23T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>The hope of christmas</h1>
<p>2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100</p>
<pre>
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
</pre>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>11 months later</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-12-22T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So let’s get into it!. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>11 months later</h1>
<p>2020-12-22 21:00:35+0100</p>
<p>11 months later and I haven’t written the second post yet. Seems like life got harder and all that power I once had just vanished. But due to the fact that I am now writing again it could be the a new beginning for the website whose domain adress I already dismissed once.</p>
<p>So let’s get into it!</p>
<h2>A new start 🙭 - here is why</h2>
<p>A few days ago I read about the so-called IndieWeb, which I find very interesting but also kind of shadowy.</p>
<p>It is about not saving all your thoughts and identity into silos that big web companies offer you but putting them onto your own webpage and then giving the silos a link to that thoughts. This way, even if a company changes their terms of services to not longer be freely available or disappears into the depths of history, all those thoughts will be under your control, even if some comments from social media about that may be gone.</p>
<p>At least, that is how I understood it. So if you now better, please correct me!</p>
<p>So with the IndieWeb in mind it hit me: I have my own website. Even if it has not been in use for a few months now, but for the sake of learning who I am and how to express myself I decided to give it a go. 😁</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/">Indieweb</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Hello world!</title>
<link href="gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.gmi" />
<id>gemini://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.gmi</id>
<updated>2020-01-01T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Hello world!</h1>
<p>2020-01-01 20:03:29+0100</p>
<p>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>But maybe, they won’t agree.</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?</p>
<p>That is the point where I was about one or two years ago. I realized just a few days ago. So starting this blog I will take you through my everyday tech experiments hoping, someone will read it and be inspired.</p>
<p>Even if you are the only one reading this: That’s worth it for me.</p>
<p>They call me hoschi and I want to rouse my passion. Will you join me?</p>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
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# hoschi-it.de's Gemfeed
## Having fun with computers!
## Live like you are loved.
=> ./2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.gmi 2020-12-29 (0204 words) - A staging area for my website
=> ./2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.gmi 2020-12-28 (0076 words) - Thanks @aaronpk
=> ./2020-12-27-indieweb.gmi 2020-12-27 (0343 words) - 2021 and the IndieWeb
=> ./2020-12-23-christmas-hope.gmi 2020-12-23 (0007 words) - The hope of christmas
=> ./2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.gmi 2020-12-22 (0240 words) - 11 months later
=> ./2020-01-01-lets-start.gmi 2020-01-01 (0171 words) - Hello world!

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I have switched blog software multiple times. I might be backfilling some of the older articles here. So please don't wonder when suddenly old posts appear here.
=> ./gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.gmi 2020-12-29 - A staging area for my website
=> ./gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.gmi 2020-12-28 - Thanks @aaronpk
=> ./gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.gmi 2020-12-27 - 2021 and the IndieWeb
=> ./gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.gmi 2020-12-23 - The hope of christmas
=> ./gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.gmi 2020-12-22 - 11 months later
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<h1>Hello world!</h1>
<p>2020-01-01 20:03:29+0100</p>
<p>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>But maybe, they won’t agree.</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?</p>
<p>That is the point where I was about one or two years ago. I realized just a few days ago. So starting this blog I will take you through my everyday tech experiments hoping, someone will read it and be inspired.</p>
<p>Even if you are the only one reading this: That’s worth it for me.</p>
<p>They call me hoschi and I want to rouse my passion. Will you join me?</p>
</body>
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<h1>11 months later</h1>
<p>2020-12-22 21:00:35+0100</p>
<p>11 months later and I haven’t written the second post yet. Seems like life got harder and all that power I once had just vanished. But due to the fact that I am now writing again it could be the a new beginning for the website whose domain adress I already dismissed once.</p>
<p>So let’s get into it!</p>
<h2>A new start 🙭 - here is why</h2>
<p>A few days ago I read about the so-called IndieWeb, which I find very interesting but also kind of shadowy.</p>
<p>It is about not saving all your thoughts and identity into silos that big web companies offer you but putting them onto your own webpage and then giving the silos a link to that thoughts. This way, even if a company changes their terms of services to not longer be freely available or disappears into the depths of history, all those thoughts will be under your control, even if some comments from social media about that may be gone.</p>
<p>At least, that is how I understood it. So if you now better, please correct me!</p>
<p>So with the IndieWeb in mind it hit me: I have my own website. Even if it has not been in use for a few months now, but for the sake of learning who I am and how to express myself I decided to give it a go. 😁</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/">Indieweb</a><br />
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<h1>The hope of christmas</h1>
<p>2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100</p>
<pre>
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
</pre>
</body>
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<h1>2021 and the IndieWeb</h1>
<p>2020-12-27 14:05:40+0100</p>
<p>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.</p>
<p>Don’t get my wrong: I like the interaction that takes place on social-media. But what I don’t like are those big companys making my content their own and doing with it whatever they feel like.</p>
<p>Of course, this is going to be hard work to set up and it is going to be work to maintain. But as I do not want those companies to do it on their terms I will need to do it on my own.</p>
<p>Fortunately, I am really not alone. There is a community that help each other to reach this goal. Also, they have come up with a bunch of standards that we can use to connect to each other and to social media through our own websites without giving up control. So in 2021 I will focus on building my website to be compatible with the IndieWeb and connecting to people that also want to reach this goal.</p>
<p>This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I will not delete my social media accounts. Instead, the idea is to keep them and whenever I publish something, post a short text about it in the social media and link to my page so people can decide to just follow my blog in other ways instead. Of course, those other ways will have to be build first. But since I was already able to implement the rough data markup for blog posts (called "h-entry" and author identity (called "h-card") I think this will absolutely be possible.</p>
<p>Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org">Indieweb Community</a><br />
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<h1>Thanks @aaronpk</h1>
<p>2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100</p>
<p class="quote"><i>Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...</i></p>
<p>- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30</p>
<p>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention">Tutorial about webmentions</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/wiki">IndieWeb wiki</a><br />
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<h1>A staging area for my website</h1>
<p>2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.</p>
<p>Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.</p>
<p>But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<ul>
<li>Write the code of the experimental feature</li>
<li>Push it to the staging branch on gitlab</li>
<li>Gitlab will run a build</li>
<li>Vercel will get the code</li>
<li>Vercel will deploy the webpage</li>
<li>There the manual or automated tests can take place</li>
</ul>
</body>
</html>

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<updated>2021-10-01T13:43:12+02:00</updated>
<updated>2021-10-18T00:42:11+02:00</updated>
<title>hoschi-it.de feed</title>
<subtitle>Having fun with computers!</subtitle>
<subtitle>Live like you are loved.</subtitle>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/atom.xml" rel="self" />
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/</id>
<entry>
<title>A staging area for my website</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-29T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>A staging area for my website</h1>
<p>2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100</p>
<p>Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.</p>
<p>Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.</p>
<p>But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.</p>
<p>To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:</p>
<ul>
<li>Write the code of the experimental feature</li>
<li>Push it to the staging branch on gitlab</li>
<li>Gitlab will run a build</li>
<li>Vercel will get the code</li>
<li>Vercel will deploy the webpage</li>
<li>There the manual or automated tests can take place</li>
</ul>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Thanks @aaronpk</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-28T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Thanks @aaronpk</h1>
<p>2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100</p>
<p class="quote"><i>Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...</i></p>
<p>- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30</p>
<p>For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention">Tutorial about webmentions</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/wiki">IndieWeb wiki</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>2021 and the IndieWeb</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-27T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>2021 and the IndieWeb</h1>
<p>2020-12-27 14:05:40+0100</p>
<p>So here is what I will do in the year 2021: Since all those different social networks are having those negative effects of silos of which we don’t know how long they will make it before being out-of-date I will focus on owning my content.</p>
<p>Don’t get my wrong: I like the interaction that takes place on social-media. But what I don’t like are those big companys making my content their own and doing with it whatever they feel like.</p>
<p>Of course, this is going to be hard work to set up and it is going to be work to maintain. But as I do not want those companies to do it on their terms I will need to do it on my own.</p>
<p>Fortunately, I am really not alone. There is a community that help each other to reach this goal. Also, they have come up with a bunch of standards that we can use to connect to each other and to social media through our own websites without giving up control. So in 2021 I will focus on building my website to be compatible with the IndieWeb and connecting to people that also want to reach this goal.</p>
<p>This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I will not delete my social media accounts. Instead, the idea is to keep them and whenever I publish something, post a short text about it in the social media and link to my page so people can decide to just follow my blog in other ways instead. Of course, those other ways will have to be build first. But since I was already able to implement the rough data markup for blog posts (called "h-entry" and author identity (called "h-card") I think this will absolutely be possible.</p>
<p>Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8">What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org">Indieweb Community</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>The hope of christmas</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-23T00:42:11+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>The hope of christmas</h1>
<p>2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100</p>
<pre>
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
</pre>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>11 months later</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html</id>
<updated>2020-12-22T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>So let’s get into it!. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>11 months later</h1>
<p>2020-12-22 21:00:35+0100</p>
<p>11 months later and I haven’t written the second post yet. Seems like life got harder and all that power I once had just vanished. But due to the fact that I am now writing again it could be the a new beginning for the website whose domain adress I already dismissed once.</p>
<p>So let’s get into it!</p>
<h2>A new start 🙭 - here is why</h2>
<p>A few days ago I read about the so-called IndieWeb, which I find very interesting but also kind of shadowy.</p>
<p>It is about not saving all your thoughts and identity into silos that big web companies offer you but putting them onto your own webpage and then giving the silos a link to that thoughts. This way, even if a company changes their terms of services to not longer be freely available or disappears into the depths of history, all those thoughts will be under your control, even if some comments from social media about that may be gone.</p>
<p>At least, that is how I understood it. So if you now better, please correct me!</p>
<p>So with the IndieWeb in mind it hit me: I have my own website. Even if it has not been in use for a few months now, but for the sake of learning who I am and how to express myself I decided to give it a go. 😁</p>
<a class="textlink" href="https://indieweb.org/">Indieweb</a><br />
</div>
</content>
</entry>
<entry>
<title>Hello world!</title>
<link href="https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html" />
<id>https://hoschi-it.de/gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html</id>
<updated>2020-01-01T00:42:12+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>hoschi-it</name>
<email>me@hoschi-it.de</email>
</author>
<summary>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?. .....to read on please visit my site.</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<h1>Hello world!</h1>
<p>2020-01-01 20:03:29+0100</p>
<p>When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?</p>
<p>You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.</p>
<p>But maybe, they won’t agree.</p>
<p>“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”</p>
<p>And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?</p>
<p>That is the point where I was about one or two years ago. I realized just a few days ago. So starting this blog I will take you through my everyday tech experiments hoping, someone will read it and be inspired.</p>
<p>Even if you are the only one reading this: That’s worth it for me.</p>
<p>They call me hoschi and I want to rouse my passion. Will you join me?</p>
</div>
</content>
</entry>
</feed>

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@ -63,6 +63,12 @@ p.quote:after {
</head>
<body>
<h1>hoschi-it.de's Gemfeed</h1>
<h2>Having fun with computers!</h2>
<h2>Live like you are loved.</h2>
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html">2020-12-29 (0204 words) - A staging area for my website</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html">2020-12-28 (0076 words) - Thanks @aaronpk</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-27-indieweb.html">2020-12-27 (0343 words) - 2021 and the IndieWeb</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html">2020-12-23 (0007 words) - The hope of christmas</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html">2020-12-22 (0240 words) - 11 months later</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./2020-01-01-lets-start.html">2020-01-01 (0171 words) - Hello world!</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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@ -90,5 +90,11 @@ p.quote:after {
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/index.html">Subscribe to this blog's Gemfeed</a><br />
<h3>Posts</h3>
<p>I have switched blog software multiple times. I might be backfilling some of the older articles here. So please don't wonder when suddenly old posts appear here.</p>
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.html">2020-12-29 - A staging area for my website</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.html">2020-12-28 - Thanks @aaronpk</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.html">2020-12-27 - 2021 and the IndieWeb</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.html">2020-12-23 - The hope of christmas</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.html">2020-12-22 - 11 months later</a><br />
<a class="textlink" href="./gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.html">2020-01-01 - Hello world!</a><br />
</body>
</html>

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When you are excited about something, you want to tell the world, right?
You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is,
those silly but funny things you can do with it,
all the details that you are so passionate about.
You want to show them, how awesome this stuff is, those silly but funny things you can do with it, all the details that you are so passionate about.
But maybe, they won’t agree.
“This is so geeky!”
“I don’t understand a thing.”
“It’s boring as *****.”
“This is so geeky!”, “I don’t understand a thing.”, “It’s boring as *****.”
And when this is the case, for peace sake, you will stop telling others one day. This is dangerous because that’s the point where your passion begins to crumble. What else should you be talking about?

2
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@ -16,4 +16,4 @@ At least, that is how I understood it. So if you now better, please correct me!
So with the IndieWeb in mind it hit me: I have my own website. Even if it has not been in use for a few months now, but for the sake of learning who I am and how to express myself I decided to give it a go. 😁
=> https://indieweb.org/ Indieweb
[Indieweb](https://indieweb.org/)

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# The hope of christmas
2020-12-23 11:43:00+0100
```
It’s not that we have hope to be able to save Christmas.
But we have hope because Christ(mas) saved us.
The savior of the world was born.
```

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@ -13,5 +13,5 @@ This is not about just building tech. It is about people. For the sake of this I
Do you want to join me and many others in building an independend, interconnected web?
=> https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8 What is the indieweb? (8 Minutes) Taking back your content
=> https://indieweb.org Indieweb Community
[What is the indieweb? (8 minute video) Taking back your content](https://youtu.be/y9FSPcmybT8)
[Indieweb Community](https://indieweb.org)

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@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
# Thanks @aaronpk
2020-12-28 20:31:20+0100
> Webmention is one of the fundamental indieweb building blocks. It enables rich interactions between websites, like posting a comment or...
- Aaron Parecki, on 2018-06-30
For people who want to get started with the indieweb I highly recommend reading and executing the tutorial in this blog post and also (if you like docs) going through the IndieWeb wiki to learn more.
[Tutorial about webmentions](https://aaronparecki.com/2018/06/30/11/your-first-webmention)
[IndieWeb wiki](https://indieweb.org/wiki)

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@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
# A staging area for my website
2020-12-29 17:19:03+0100
Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time. I only keep it here for not breaking links. The staging area is not longer in use.
Notice: This information is outdated for a long time time now. I only keep it here for the purpose of documentation. The staging area is no longer in use.
Due to the fact that the indieweb is based on interaction between webservers I find it hard to test things not in production. Which is tempting especially because I really do not think my website is visited that often.
But as a developer I also have to keep the standard high because it may be difficult to maintain two very different standards in the freetime and at work. One thing I think nobody wants to end up with is being bad at their job. But enough for the philosophical talk ☺.
To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:
To solve the complexity of testing there is now a staging area for this website, If there is ever a need for serverside testing the pipeline will be like this:
* Write the code of the experimental feature

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@ -1,4 +1,10 @@
# hoschi-it.de's Gemfeed
## Having fun with computers!
## Live like you are loved.
[2020-12-29 (0204 words) - A staging area for my website](./2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.md)
[2020-12-28 (0076 words) - Thanks @aaronpk](./2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.md)
[2020-12-27 (0343 words) - 2021 and the IndieWeb](./2020-12-27-indieweb.md)
[2020-12-23 (0007 words) - The hope of christmas](./2020-12-23-christmas-hope.md)
[2020-12-22 (0240 words) - 11 months later](./2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.md)
[2020-01-01 (0171 words) - Hello world!](./2020-01-01-lets-start.md)

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@ -42,3 +42,9 @@ I have also compiled a list of resources that made an impact on me:
I have switched blog software multiple times. I might be backfilling some of the older articles here. So please don't wonder when suddenly old posts appear here.
[2020-12-29 - A staging area for my website](./gemfeed/2020-12-29-staging-subdomain.md)
[2020-12-28 - Thanks @aaronpk](./gemfeed/2020-12-28-sending-your-first-webmention.md)
[2020-12-27 - 2021 and the IndieWeb](./gemfeed/2020-12-27-indieweb.md)
[2020-12-23 - The hope of christmas](./gemfeed/2020-12-23-christmas-hope.md)
[2020-12-22 - 11 months later](./gemfeed/2020-12-22-eleven-months-later.md)
[2020-01-01 - Hello world!](./gemfeed/2020-01-01-lets-start.md)

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local meta_email="me@hoschi-it.de"
local meta_title="Hello world!"
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