org-bars view for outlining/folding

I came across this new org-bars package that has shows folding indicators and lines to indicate the groupings. In the reddit discussion I also discovered there’s another package org-visual-outline but it actually requires configuring two packages so I didn’t try it. However, based on the discussion in the comments it seems that org-bars supports narrowing of the buffer (and it works great) which visual-outline does not. I discovered a visual bug and filed a report....

October 23, 2021 · 1 min

Fully automated deployment

Up until the last commit, the site was being written in Org Mode, exported using ox-hugo, and Hugo was invoked manually to generate the html all locally. The generated public folder was what was being pushed to SourceHut for the deployment. This will be first post which will only commit the actual content in org format only and the full CI/CD will happen on SourceHut. Using org-publish I’ll be following along with the System Crafters' Publishing Website with Org Mode to take full advantage of org-publish and configure multiple outputs (WWW and Gemini)....

October 5, 2021 · 2 min

Static-site

This entry and all previous ones are taken verbatim from the gemini capsule. Establishing a web presence The gemini capsule has been an interesting experiment. In order to be the change I want to see, I will be creating a personal website/blog and the articles will appear both as html and gemtext. All entries prior to this have been made with Android+Termux+emacs. Going forward, the entries won’t strictly be made from Termux....

September 10, 2021 · 1 min

Termux + Emacs

One of the biggest advantages of Android is that it runs on Linux and Termux [1] is a very capable terminal emulator. Until pine phone (which I own for playing around on) type devices reach daily driver maturity (to use with job related corporate apps etc.) Termux is my only realistic option to run Linux terminal apps on the phone. This is where being able to use Emacs as a TUI application on Termux is great....

August 7, 2021 · 2 min