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Returning to the Moon: Mapping Probe

With the Hexo static-page generation scheme, each page/post is in a (sub-) folder with its permalink name and an index.html file to be served as the page.  This allows other artifacts/assets to be in the same folder.  That’s handy for … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Coms Chatter

I’m now seeking small changes that give me important improvements in the Hexo-generated revitalization of Spanner Wingnut’s Muddleware Lab, still in proof-of-concept position.   Tracking down some great tips by John Stevenson, I am eager to confirm a one-liner configuration change … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Project Inspection Report

Following some serious scrutiny and confusion over nomenclature, I managed to disentangle use of wingnut/ as the folder having the refactored blog creation and wingnut/ as the full authoring folder in which the blog is produced from just the public/ … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Flight-Computer Fault

Previous testing reveals some menu titles defaulting to Russian even though I have specified “en” at the top Hexo level.  The same titles appear in English on the front page of the blog. Localization happens at the theme level.  I … Continue reading

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An Emoji by Any Other Name …

My relatives have been sending out text messages with emoji’s in them.  I decided I couldn’t resist any longer. bitmoji works in techology I don’t use.   The way I am using it is with the Google Chrome plug-in, but ability … Continue reading

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Reactive Systems and Software Fire-Drills

In contrast with the fault-injection aspect of failure testing, the ACM Queue case-study article on the Hootsuite reactive system evolution is more understandable at a 40,000-foot level.  There are a great many architectural and software-engineering organization and process considerations in … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Down-range Com Checks

With the successful static test, it is time to begin customizing the blog for the desired full functioning.  I start with two small items. Enabling “asset folders.” use of source folders with the same names as posts for collecting post-/page-specific … Continue reading

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