Category Archives: Blog Development

Miser Project: Hark! Is That a Theory I See Before Me?

Once I have a stable experimental setup at the Spanner Wingnut blog, I will systematically revive my permanent, persistent blogs.  My agitation over the restoration of blogging and the use of hexo to generate static server pages reflects my anxious … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Fire Suppression

I have relied on RSS feeds for all of my blogs, including this one, and collecting blog posts of others. It was satisfying to enable  an RSS feed on the experimental hexo-generated blog now at Spanner Wingnut’s Muddleware Lab. As … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Escape Tower Incident

There have been a couple of setbacks in my efforts to restore self-hosted blogging capability.  I found a browser/server incompatibility that breaks my brain.  And then I had to do a fresh system drive and operating-system reinstall on my main, … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Launchpad Security Penetration Exercise

There is an unexpected reward for moving source-code management of my Hexo-generated blogging to git and GitHub.  GitHub provides dependency analysis of node.js projects.  I receive an automated email about one dependency of my hexo-spanner code. The uglify-js package is … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Tracking Network Modernization

John Stevenson has tips on bringing a hexo-authoring folder, and its themes, under Git for source control management.  I followed the first of those suggestions, although the GitHub Desktop client made the work much simpler than using Git command-line operations. … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Instrumentation Coms Latency Bottlenecks

In the 2017-10-18 post, “So Close, Yet an FTP Too Far?”, Direct Publishing and then Backup and Source-Code Management are identified as critical for proof-of-concept and subsequent refinement into production practices.   Direct publishing is now working smoothly, with some scale … Continue reading

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Returning to the Moon: Reducing Countdown Holds

The Hexo-generated Spanner Wingnut experimental blog is now much easier to author and to publish.   Essential features are operating and a series of “unit test” posts are now underway.   Customization is continuing based on unit test results and check-lists for … Continue reading

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