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colinwalker
colinwalker
Subconsciously, I think I decided a while ago not to make (b)log-In publicly available — that decision has finally percolated through to the conscious. One reason is that I don't have the energy to update two separate codebases and keep track of what should go where. The main justificat... colinwalker.blog
devilgate
devilgate

@colinwalker Of course, one advantage of opening it up can be that other people pitch and fix the problems. But then you might end up managing a team of developers, and who wants to do that?

colinwalker
colinwalker

@devilgate I think there's a difference between fixing problems and probably needing to rewrite almist the whole thing 😂

hjertnes
hjertnes

@colinwalker why would you have to update two code bases?

colinwalker
colinwalker

@hjertnes There's my own version (which includes the personal journal and the muse-letter) and the other version which excludes these.

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hjertnes
hjertnes

@colinwalker Ahh.

My CMS will not be open sourced either. Mostly because it is just made to work for me and my needs

devilgate
devilgate

@colinwalker Yeah, I can see that; but remember, we tend to be most critical of our own work. It may not be as bad as you think.