Recently set my browser to opt-in JavaScript, and I'm really impressed with how works completely without having to enable JavaScript... really sets an example!

What started as an Oscean fork is coming into its own as a personal wiki... It's a lot of fun to tinker with!!

Formulating my expression to the world using Oscean ☆

Trying to find a regex for a problem, my first attempt, furious it isn't working:

^[^!#<>=':;&/\.\-a-z0-9]*([!#<>=':;&/\.\-a-z0-9]*).*$

*takes a walk*

^\s*(\S.*\S)\s*$

That works.

I've been trying to wrap my head around the source code of Oscean; how does he generare those .c files??? Then I realized, ever since he realized that static sites are much faster and take up less memory, he's been writing the .c files by hand. He probably just auto-generated the first files using his old nodejs code and plans to write manually / a new application for appending journal posts etc. from now on. It really is much more simple and elegant. I just wish I hadn't tried understanding...

Browsing various creative websites and I'm really inspired. My own site is like a bootstrap tutorial 😴 single-file static websites backed by javascript are so cool ❤

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