My current server is few years old. And now runs plain Debian. Beginning I started using that server during my work at Canonical. So it got Ubuntu installed. According to OVH panel it was 13.04 release. Then 13.10, 14.04 and finally 16.04 landed. In pain.
During morning discussions I had to check something on my website and decided that it is a time to change theme. For nth time. So I looked, checked several ones and then started editing ‘Spacious‘ one. Usual stuff — no categories, colours/fonts/styles changes. Went much
Generic Data Protected Reduction or something like that. Everyone in EU knows (those in UK too) due to amount of spam from all those services/pages you registered in the past.
People write blogs. People read blogs. But sometimes it is hard to find blogs of all those interesting people. That’s where so called “planets” are solution. Years ago there was “Planet Linaro” website filled with blog posts from Linaro developers. Then
I am running my blog for nearly 12 years now. And through all those years it was running same WordPress installation. Until today. At beginning it was WordPress MultiUser (WPMU) as I used it to run both my blog and website for my consulting
From time to time I feel that it is a good moment to change view of my blog — this time to modified “Twenty Sixteen” theme. What got modified? As usual categories got removed, switched fonts to serif ones, some paddings edited and text got justified.