I've been quite inspired recently by finding a ton of cool personal websites and wikis and thought I would share my views on how freeing it is to make your own: https://ritualdust.com/craft/make-yourself-a-website/
@ritualdust Very nice article.
I don't like this phrasing: "Don’t bother looking into static site builders or deployment services until just uploading your files on your server is too much work."
[until just] is tough.
Don’t bother looking into static site builders until your website has grown enough that manually uploading your files becomes too much work.
@neauoire +1 on excising "just", makes tutorials & similar resources so much more welcoming (also excellent article!!!)
@a (Coming back to this, just as an idea: Sometimes I think we would need way less "server/hosting-centric" stuff, in example, and way more stuff like #ssb or true P2P/decentralized technologies where end users could just write and gather whichever "content" they see relevant on their devices and have easy, reliable, secure means of sharing this with whoever matters to them, up to a "global public".)
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