Alessio Caiazza

Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo.

Hello Tommi, thanks for your comment.

If a page is mostly text, I could do as you suggested, but when pages have a lot of photos or source code blocks (quite common in my blog) then I prefer to keep everything in one page and share the common parts.

Other than that, I personally enjoyed working on the solution to this specific problem.

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Media endpoint should allow async processing

Micropub specs allows for a 202 Accepted answer for creating a new h-entry, as explained in 3.3.6 Response:

If the endpoint chooses to process the request asynchronously rather than creating and storing the post immediately, it MUST return an HTTP 202 Accepted status code, and MUST also return the Location header.

But the Media Endpoint only allows for a 201 Created answer, as explained in 3.6.4 Response.

I propose we extend the usage of 202 Accepted to the media endpoint to make static site generators compliant with the spec.

Just to give an example of my setup: my blog is statically generated in CI, and my micropub server is a stateless container that converts incoming requests into git commits, those commits in turn triggers my CI and the blog is published.

With such enviroment it will be not possible to make the image immediately available.

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Modulo distribuzione alimentazione per attivitร  in portatile

Durante la mia ultima attivazione Parks on the Air ho accidentalmente cortocircuitato i connettori banana del mio jumpstarter, mandando la batteria in blocco.

Arrivato a casa mi sono riproposto di costruire un piccolo box di distribuzione per evitare i fili volanti.

Avevo una piccola scatola gommata e dopo aver fatto due file di buchi ho provveduto ad installare le prese per i connettori banana e collegare il tutto in due linee separate.

Ho optato per 4 prese in modo da averne una sempre disponibile:

  1. batteria
  2. radio
  3. DC-DC 12v-5v per raspberry pi
  4. presa libera

Vediamo un po’ come andrà la prossima attivazione.

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Hello. My name is Alessio Caiazza. I'm also known as nolith. I love writing code and technology. I'm passionate about production engineering.

This is where I write my thoughts trying to follow IndieWeb principles.

Staff Backend Engineer, Delivery @ GitLab


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