Infinite Ink’s To-Do and Done Lists

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Meta To-Do

  • decide on a To-Do tool (GitHub Issues, Todo.txt, this web page, or something else)

Writing In Progress

  •   AsciiDoc Fragments and Tips
  •   CSS Fragments and Tips
  •   Git Commit and Reaction Emoji
  •   Infinite Ink In Isolation
  •   Infinite Ink's Hugo Config Files
  •   qutebrowser Userscripts
  •   Unicode Arrows
  •   Using Code Fences in Markdown
  •   Windows Fragments and Tips
  •   WSL Tips and Fragments

 

(To learn how I get hugo to generate the above writing-in-progress list, see Fragment 3 on Infinite Ink’s Hugo Tips, Shortcodes, and Fragments.)

Website To-Do

Sure

  • update any page that needs updating (in other words Infinite Ink is a “digital garden” and all pages are evergreen🌲 and always under construction🚧)

  • finish converting #tag pages to #portal pages

  • figure out a better way to automate including my bookmarks on relevant #portal pages

  • on my #portal pages, flag bookmarks that are my favorites, maybe with ✳️, ✳︎, ⭐️, ⭐︎, 🌟️, 🌟︎, 🏁️, 🏁︎, ⚡️, or ⚡︎ (I’ve decided to use )

  • figure out how to get rid of the whitespace at bottom of every page (below the bottom navigation bar)

  • import all nm’s long- and medium-form content to this Hugo site (from Blogger, Tumblr, old ii.com, etc.)

  • improve stylesheet so, for example, Infinite Ink’s HTML5 Kitchen Sink (featuring Bill Murray) and AsciiDoc Kitchen Sink look better

  • use web feeds and/or Twitter to announce changes to the site

  • update the site skeleton that is used in Hugo Tutorial: Themeless & Gitless Introduction to Hugo

Probably

Maybe

  • import nm’s short-form[1] content to this site (from Twitter, del.icio.us, pinboard.in, discussion groups[2] etc.)

  • improve the top-of-page and bottom-of-page icons, which are currently either ⇧ and ⇩ or ⍐ and ⍗ or ⍓ and ⍌ (because I’m in the midst of changing them). I wonder if there is a standard???

  • improve the admonition boxes and icons, which currently look like this:

This is important.
This is a note.
💡
This is a tip.
This is a warning.

Done ☑︎

2020-September
  • Updated my tumblelog.cmd batch script so it now invokes wsl.exe rather than bash.exe -c. This is better for a couple reasons, which I will (I hope) write about some day.

  • Started using Symbola font for some elements of this website, for example the door character (🚪) in the navigation bars.

  • On pages with comments, changed section title from “Edit this page👍👎📝” to “Edit this page 📝

  • Experimenting with embedding a Twitter timelines on some portals, for example on the #webdev Portal.

2020-August
  • In Infinite Ink’s config.yaml, experimenting with the new (as of Hugo v0.74.0) markup.asciidocext site variables, for example with these markup.asciidocext.attributes:

    markup:
     asciidocext:
      attributes:
       toc: macro
       hide-uri-scheme:
       sectlinks:
       ii2do-title: Infinite Ink’s To-Do and Done Lists
       huri-site-vars: https://gohugo.io/variables/site/
       huri-page-vars: https://gohugo.io/variables/page/

    Note that “huri” is an abbreviation for “Hugo URI” in Infinite Ink’s AsciiDoc attributes.

  • On pages with comments, changed section title from “Edit this page👍👎✍” to “Edit this page👍👎📝

  • In the midst of flagging any portal link that I regularly visit with , which I hope looks kind of like a "z" (for zeitgeist)

  • Created #zeitgeist Portal

  • Changed title of Hugo Tips and Fragments to Hugo Tips, Shortcodes, and Fragments

  • Experimenting with including an image on some portals, including the #gohugo, #golang, and #vim portals.

  • Experimenting with the styling of the list of links on the #tumblelog Portal. At the moment, domain.name:  uses one of the many shades of grey for its color. While doing these experiments, I’ve learned about Hugo’s replaceRE function.

2020-July
2020-June
2020-May
  • Changed title of qutebrowser Tips to Getting Started with qutebrowser (because I created a new page titled qutebrowser Fragments and Tips)

  • Changed title of 12 Hugo Fragments to Hugo Fragments and Tips

  • Created Hugo shortcode called related-pages and added a Related pages section to some pages

2020-April
2020-March
2020-January
  • Change title of “TGIH: Themeless & Gitless Introduction to Hugo” to “Hugo Tutorial: Themeless & Gitless Introduction to Hugo” so maybe it will show up in search engine results when someone searches for "hugo tutorial" with bing.com, duckduckgo.com, google.com, etc.🙏

  • Create #meta Portal and pin (📍) a link to it near the top of the list of Portals

  • Change top right navigation bar so it now says Portals  About  ⍌ (where ⍌ is a link to “scroll to bottom of page” but I wonder if anyone understands that???)

  • Change layout of article metadata (permalink, dates, copyright, portals) in article footers, but I don’t know if I like this new design🤔

2019-November
  • on pages with comments, change section title from "Discussion and feedback" to "Discussion and reactions"

  • new favicon/logo Infinite Ink logo Infinite Ink logo Infinite Ink logo

  • Change most #tag pages so they are now #portal pages

  • In #portal pages, make the bottom navigation bar be previous portal | home | next portal

  • Change top navigation bar so it now says: Portals  Meta (instead of about  connect  tags)

  • Change bottom navigation bar (previous|home|next) so it flows and aligns better on small screens. (After a lot of FAILed CSS3, flexbox, and float experiments, I am using an HTML5 table to do this😱︎)

2019-October
2019-May
  • publish Asciidoctor- and Hugo-based site🎉

2016 – 2019
~2013 – 2019[3]
  • experiment with static site generators, including Antora, Blogdown (which is based on Hugo), GitBook, Hugo, Jekyll, Lektor, Liquid Luck, Pelican

  • experiment with wiki software, including Gollum (which is git-based wiki software)

  • learn different flavors of Markdown, including PHP Markdown Extra, which Tumblr supports, and GitHub-flavored Markdown

Endnotes


1. Short-form content is also known as micro content.
2. Discussion groups include Usenet, mailing lists, forums, discourse sites, comments on other websites, etc.
3. I pretty much decided on Hugo in ~2017 but periodically got so frustrated that I kept trying alternatives.

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