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commit 016a5d70945f42f44ae7084f91cb556112bc6139 (patch)
parent 1830ffa738eab148e5b4b588c3d14cbf80335d95
Author: Alex Karle <>
Date:   Tue, 14 Jul 2020 00:09:37 -0400

doc: Update README with better descriptions of the site(s)

I figured it's worth documenting the stagit setup more-or-less (if only
for my future reference).

Plus, "soap box" is one word -- can't leave that around!

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -1,6 +1,32 @@ ============= -My soap box on the internet. +My small corner of the internet. +www. +---- A static site with a small templating system, build with `make`. + +Currently hosted with OpenBSD's `httpd`, but any web server should be able to +serve it up. + +git. +---- +I use a simple setup of git-daemon for anonymous (read-only) downloads, +ssh+git for read+write access (limited to myself) and [stagit][1] to host static +views into the diffs and files of each repo. + +I like the stagit approach in that it is simple, modular, and emphasizes the use +of regular git for larger operations (i.e. diff between refs, etc). + +In the stagit/ directory, find: + + * style.css -- CSS for all pages + * post-receive -- the git-hook to update the pages + * logo.png -- AK logo + * -- small script to setup all exported repos with proper hooks, etc + also used to bulk update style.css/post-receive/logo.png + +The content, being static, is served up with `httpd` as well. + +[1]: