As you might have noticed I haven't published anything since the last entry where I mentioned that I switched back to WordPress.

Being a technical person I really don't like the experience of putting content into WordPress. Meanwhile I've been trying to get around this by faciliating the wp cli which didn't work out very well for me.

Therefore I decided to get back on track to create a custom CMS. This time in Python. For storing content I followed an approach which I was inspired by Aaron Pericki.

Moreover I looked into IndieWeb and therefore I decided to split content into different types like notes, articles and bookmarks. Due to this the feed structure of this site will change a little bit. You can find all details for feeds here.

If nothing is changed in the Feed Reader, all content will show up in this default feed (/feed) in the future.

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