I’ve said it before, but I have totally replaced my RSS reader with this. I’m pretty much using it like one, too, and not as a “social” app, per se. Would still love to add an “individual entry” view (but I’m afraid there’s little room for it in the spec). It should, however, be possible if I just integrate the aggregator and reader (i.e., have the latter fetch from the database directly, rather than over a JSON API)—while leaving the API in place, obviously.
"Welcome to My Garden is a platform allowing citizens to put their garden freely at disposal as a rudimentary #campsite to travelers. It's a not-for-profit initiative set up by a group of citizens."
" you can only reach the campground by foot, bicycle or public transport. Getting there with your private car is forbidden"
"This is not Dour Festival"
#camping #biking #belgium #cartography
Oh, and I got resizing to work, too, provided Imagick’s installed. Circles for avatars it is! (If no image dimensions are passed along, the original will just be passed through without ever being saved. If dimensions are present, the image’ll be resized and cropped accordingly, and stored indefinitely. [I’m planning a console command/cron job to purge images, say, weekly.]) Still, the entire app now runs on my shared hosting account; no 3rd-party services—other than a Microsub server!—needed.
And, a built-in image proxy.
Also, there's a pretty nasty bug—resulting in a server error—when you first sign in.
(Granted, I hardly ever _use_ it, but you get the point.)
You’re disappointing me, Wall St. (No surprise there. That said, I’m not exactly in a hurry.)
Then again, I’m not even a real “developer.” Just a hobbyist. (Kinda qualify as a full-stack engineer, though. “Mechanical Engineering,” my diploma reads—“Electromechanical,” even. Plus this whole web thing.)
I like code. And Git, even though I kind of suck at it. Makes it _so_ easy to track changes (and no need to sync databases all the time, another thing WordPress doesn’t do too well).
That said, _many_, if not all, WordPress “developers” I’ve encountered wouldn’t think of setting up a CPT, let alone without the use of a plugin GUI, and would just be “pages for everything.” Build everything by hand, using Visual Bakery or whatever it’s called (and, later, Elementor). A pain to maintain (and modify), obviously.
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