build script finds a file named
README.md in each directory and converts it to the corresponding
Parts of the dynamic feed/blog/projects pages are built using my
pmark script, which uses code blocks to generate markdown, from within the markdown itself.
This is hosted straight from the git repo using netlify with little customization. I followed these steps from the netlify docs to set that up, required me to remove the subdomain info and re-add it at
netlify.com; worked after about 30 minutes or so.
A lot of this was taken from rwx.gg, I’ve modified some of the CSS (particularly media queries) and JS to add bookmark links to headings, changed how the header works, along with completely modifying the content. See the goal for readme.world, and rwx.gg’s license. Similarly to
rwx.gg, the code and content on this site is licensed under CC-SA. So you’re free to take my repo and modify it to create your own site, as long as you keep the same license.
- Find TODOs across my readme and generate a todo.txt
- Possibly, some sorta NTLK term connection thing? Create inverted indexes for each post, filter down to terms. Find where I mention one of those terms in another document, suggest me with an interative interface to add that link to the post page, write to that file.