A cheatsheet of often used org markup used on this site with examples of
rendered html followed by the markup used.
Partly to learn and partly because I like to be in control I wrote my own
webserver. It started out as a very simple file server but now implements quite
a few features. It also now cooperates to some degree with another project of
mine, a simple templating engine.
You can store files directly in MongoDB documents, however there is a limit of
16MB and the Meteor DDP protocol might not be up to the task.
What follows is a description with code examples of how to do this a different
way while still enforcing access rights.
This site is built using my own software since I was tired of jumping through
the hoops using blogging engines such as Hexo, Jekyll and Octopress. There was
always some problem, mainly because I forgot how to add posts or modify the site
everytime I thought of adding to the site. I forgot how to deploy, or I forgot
how to easily set it up on a new computer, or there other problems such as code
highlighting etc. This might have something to do with me not always reading
the manual too carefully, however in any case at long last I managed to put
something together myself that I think will suit me for a while.