A collection of links on the WWW which I use, admire or agree with.
I've been happily running Linux on my laptop since 2016. Made possible by the following open-source software (although the list is not exhaustive).
- Debian, a Linux distribution.
- Sway, a tiling window manager.
- Fish, a command line shell with nice defaults.
- Neovim, powerful text editor for in your terminal.
- Imagemagick, image manipulation.
- Foot, terminal emulator for Wayland.
- MDN documentation, all the documentation you need.
- A11Y accessibility checklist
- Sustainable Web Manifesto
- Zola, static site generator.
- Jekyll, another really good static site generator. Only downside for me is that it is Ruby based.
- WordPress, content management system. Most themes suck, sadly.
- Nginx, web server software.
- Minifiers: HTML, JS, CSS
State of the web
- motherfuckingwebsite.com, bettermotherfuckingwebsite.com and perfectmotherfuckingwebsite.com
- HTTP Archive Web Almanac 2022: Page weight
- Internet obesity crisis
- Death to bullshit
- Rez Mason's beliefs
- The C Programming Language, book that helped me understand every other language better.
- Crafting Interpreters
- Project Gemini
- Gopher protocol, an early alternative to HTTP.
- Advent of Code, annual event in December hosting fun programming puzzles.
- Project Euler, math based programming puzzles.
- GNU Make
- Merveilles.town, a Mastodon instance with lots of interesting people.
- Lobsters, programming related link aggregation and discussion.
- Hacker News, same, but older and very popular.