Recent changes to this wiki:

local.css: <code>: Avoid problems in <pre>
From the source:
> Reset left(/right) padding, to avoid first line
> being indented slightly more than a following line
> with equal prefix (e.g., shell prompt, syslog date, ...)
local.css: Replace <code> background-color with lightcyan
This should help making <code> not stand out too much.
It impaired <code> contents readability!
local.css: Make <code> stand out more
(I hope this is not *too* much, especially as part of headlines
and such...)
local.css: Provide a little bit of styling for keys to press
Have a slightly rounded, thin border around each key,
with padding left/right 0.5em which should add up to 1em
which should be *roughly* the height of the key, so that
a key is (roughly) quadratic or even wider than that.
(Matters for keys with a very small letter on them.)
Post preview_toggling_in_tmux_window_list: Link to full documentation
creating tag page tags/tmux
Post preview_toggling_in_tmux_window_list: Make Debian & tmux links
posts: Add preview_toggling_in_tmux_window_list: Quick note without going via draft route
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Note that it can also be an SELinux issue
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Add a TL;DR
("too long, didn't read")
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Add disclaimer that this post is *not* filling in a missing information on the web, after all ...
creating tag page tags/certificate
creating tag page tags/lacme
creating tag page tags/letsencrypt
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Tag & publish
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Remove backslash that didn't escape as intended, but went through to the output...
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Add missing "instead"
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Inline & link the systemd unit files
* Also order the post as a few minutes after these unit files
were ready, which is the same date as used as author date
for the commit importing the unit files into the blog git repos.
posts: Add why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp (draft): writeup
Last 2 posts: Order/file via creation time (instead of publish time)
.., as that is what the words of the texts are linked to!
We already have the publish time written out at the end of the post.
So use the what-these-words-are-referring-to time for ordering, instead.
creating tag page tags/software/appliance-software
creating tag page tags/networking
creating tag page tags/fritzbox
creating tag page tags/networking/internet-connection
creating tag page tags/networking/CWMP
creating tag page tags/networking/CPE
Post restarting_provisioning_on_fritzbox_modemrouter: Tag & publish
Post restarting_provisioning_on_fritzbox_modemrouter: Fix spelling of exemption
Post restarting_provisioning_on_fritzbox_modemrouter: Tell when today was
* (Also give a bit of blaming the ISP it didn't all go fast enough. ^^')
Post restarting_provisioning_on_fritzbox_modemrouter: Add main post sections
Added the main post contents, in form of these new sections:
* Auto-provisioning
* Failing the provisioning step
* Restarting provisioning
posts: Add restarting_provisioning_on_fritzbox_modemrouter (draft): Introduction
creating tag page tags/gnuplot
creating tag page tags/repl
creating tag page tags/script
creating tag page tags/software/unixoid-software
creating tag page tags/terminal
creating tag page tags/related/math-related
Posts: cosine_oscillating_on_function: Tag & publish (finally!)
(Also, comment on not having written this up properly.)
Style: highlight: Add padding and margins
> Padding simulating a computer monitor fringe.
> Margin left/right giving indentation w.r.t. surrounding content.
Hope this'll look good in practice, at all...
Style: highlight: Make default text much brighter
.., or it will not be possible to read it well.
Style: highlight: Another attempt at getting VIM colors ...
This time, using VIM's `:hi` inside a VIM running in gnome-terminal...
Revert "Style: highlight: Update based on current git"
This reverts commit e05792ab999a7b9e1718bf54153a8743449e0786.
The colors were lunatic, with that change. ...
(The idea of pushing a change, only then having the possibility
to look at what the change actually does, now seems quite bad to me ...)
Style: highlight: Update based on current git
Let's hope this will make things better at all... /o\
Style: Use highlight library's edit-vim-dark theme(, mostly)
Try to overwrite default IkiWiki highlight style (CSS) rules.
(Details in extensive comment...)
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Bugfix: Render inline source, try 3
The error message is gone, but there is simply nothing expanded,
inside the highlight markup.
This time, let's give `inline` a full path!
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Bugfix: Render inline source already
Switch from trying a format of `gnuplot`, which doesn't exist
within package `highlight-common`, to a simple `txt` (plain text).
Hope this works and hope it'll look okay, now...
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Try to inline the gnuplot source
Looked up how this might work on:
<https://ikiwiki.info/ikiwiki/directive/format/>
Besides, this should really not have stayed a draft for so long...
Now that so much time has passed (more than 3 months), I don't know
the details anymore, anyway; so I could simply publish it as-it-is,
maybe. ...
Post why_apache_webserver_is_refusing_to_serve_symlinks_to_tmp: Add associated material lacme-newOrder.{service,timer}.txt
(Use the additional `.txt` suffix to avoid the webserver
guessing something weird up (as content type), maybe...)
Imported from delta.canvon.de:/etc/systemd/system/
where they were ready around Thu Jul 23 23:10:00 2020 +0200.
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Scale image down, e.g., on mobile
For this, put the whole section into its own `<div class="scale-down">`,
(hopefully) as previously done
on post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource.
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Add cosine_on_cosine{.gnuplot.txt,.png}
* Use image in the post.
* Link to gnuplot source code in the post.
Note: cosine_on_cosine.*
was parametric-cosine_on_parabola-20200406-5.2b-points-abstract-cosine_on_cosine-titles2-more_readable_source_code.gnuplot.txt
before. (From covid-19-canvon.static/gnuplotting/)
Post cosine_oscillating_on_function: Add introduction
posts: Add cosine_oscillating_on_function (draft): Meta data & headline
calendar update
Added a comment: Interesting tool
Template posttemplate: Fix template variables used
.., according to: https://ikiwiki.info/ikiwiki/directive/edittemplate/
calendar update
calendar update
Template calendar{year,month}.tmpl, sidebar: Switch from Sunday to Monday as first day of week
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to un-break WikiLink-to-image
On the *WikiLink*, we're probably gonna need no path qualification
at all ... (At least it didn't work *with* qualification!)
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try again having working image at all places, this time via WikiLink
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Un-break image on article page; try again to get image working on frontpage
As ikiwiki does not seem to adjust relative image paths,
we'll simply link with an absolute path, assuming the blog/wiki
lives in the document root...
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to get image working on frontpage
* Try to use ikiwiki-style relative path name, like what finally worked
in posts/modifying_ikiwiki.mdwn ...
That is, use "./", but also write out the current page name.
Let's hope ikiwiki will recognize the image file's location that way,
and adjust it accordingly when inlining the article on the frontpage...
Style: Try to un-break image scale-down (e.g. on posts/til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource)
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to un-break image when inlined on the frontpage
* Try to express image class via a class block.
Maybe this is discount markdown specific, but I hope it'll work.
The difference is that a surrounding <div> will have the scale-down
class, now; not the <img> itself!
creating tag page tags/mention/Simon-mentioned
creating tag page tags/mention
creating tag page tags/git
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Publish
* Remove prefix "DRAFT: " from title, remove tag draft.
* Bump ctime, but also mention previous ctime (as reported by the
wiki/blog software) in the article.
* Add tags.
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Add thanks to Simon
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Add section "Operating gource"
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Add section "gource on streamserver-cvn"
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Move image down-scaling from style attribute to class + site-wide CSS
.., as the former was scrubbed away by the htmlscrubber plugin...
* Fills in the local stylesheet local.css for the first time.
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Scale image down on small viewport
* Replace Markdown-specific image code with a generic <img> tag,
for this.
* Add a style="max-width: 100%;" to the <img> tag.
Hope this works!
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to fix footnote: Start lines with a word character, not the code back-quote
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to fix footnotes: First line directly on the definition, following lines as separate paragraph (indented)
I hope it'll finally work, now. ...
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to fix footnote: Empty first line, following lines *not* indented, plus forced line-breaks via trailing double-space
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try again fixing footnote
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to fix footnote, by indenting even more
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Try to fix footnote, by indenting the trailing lines slightly
Post til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource: Add section "gource on canvon-blog", and image which it embeds
posts: Add til_git_history_visualisation_via_gource
Working title: "DRAFT: TIL: git history visualisation via gource"
Template posttemplate: Bugfix: Add missing 2nd closing bracket at tag draft
This fixes commit 1dce4d02a5c9ac74b0f4c2d1b3283f483bfd2679
("Template posttemplate: Adjust, for hopefully easier mobile web
editing...", Date: Sun May 19 01:55:19 2019 +0200,
Author: Fabian Pietsch).
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Bump ctime for publishing, record that change as text in the article
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Remove draft status, tag
posts: Integrate further blog_software_announcements-2019 posts via subtitle and post group embedding
Link to post-groups from the sidebar
Post group blog_software_announcements-2019: Link to self, in case of being embedded
Post group blog_software_announcements-2019: Fix links, they need a posts/ prefix each, now
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Bugfix: Should not have been link, but element/anchor id definition...
post-groups: Add blog_software_announcements-2019, embed in blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded
Add post-groups root page
It is intended to store groups of inter-related articles,
without such lists being rendered as stand-alone posts to the blog.
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Reverse title, for better human consumption (?)
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Add more formatting
* "HTML5"
* "mobile responsive layout"
Post blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded: Add formatting
* Also add a missing closing parenthesis ')' at the end.
Template posttemplate: Adjust, for hopefully easier mobile web editing...
* Create page as a draft. (Add tag draft, and prefix meta title
with "DRAFT: ".)
* Pre-enter page title into meta title and a level-1 heading.
* Omit meta description, as it will likely not be possible to devise
sensible content while/after doing the first sketch via smartphone...
Rename post blog_software_upgraded-2019-1 to blog_software_announcement-2019_3-ikiwiki_upgraded
The important(?) thing is the switch from 2019-1 to 2019-3,
as it's rather the 3rd event in a row than mainly something first.
Post blog_software_upgraded-2019-1: Fix page URL
posts: Add blog_software_upgraded-2019-1 (draft)
Import: /usr/share/ikiwiki/templates/calendar{year,month}.tmpl from package ikiwiki 3.20190228-1 (Debian buster)
Import: /usr/share/ikiwiki/basewiki/local.css from package ikiwiki 3.20190228-1 (Debian buster)