Introducing new Stats page

I like statisctics and numbers and I like looking at them, how they are changing and growing. Back when this blog was started I wanted to display some statistics on it but due to its very young age it would be meaningless.

That changes now. This blog is around for over two years and it is time to put some nice numbers on it. At first I struggled about what to actualy count and how to do it within Hugo or if I should prepare the stats outside of it (bit of scripting can never hurt). In the end I managed to do it within Hugo and created somewhat usable template to display the data.

The link to the stats page is located at the main menu and it shows some basic sumary at the top and few bar charts under it. Specificaly the charts shows details of posts per each year, month, week day and usage of tags.

I know it is not that much and it is mostly there to masage my ego, but I made so that I have something to do since the times are as crazy as they are.

That is all for now, I just wanted to brag about the numbers from my little blog.

Articles from blogs I follow:


KDE runs a whole bunch of Continuous Integration (CI) builders. These try to build KDE software from version control all the time, and are triggered by commits from developers. We might quibble over the name “CI”, but at least we know most of the time tha…

via [bobulate] April 26, 2022

Announcing the Hare programming language

The “secret programming language” I have been teasing for several months now is finally here! It is called Hare, and you can read about it on the Hare blog: Check it out!

via Drew DeVault's blog April 25, 2022

About Logging

TL;DR: This post also talks about the problems I faced while working on my logging. To log to syslog from within my containers that do not support configuring a remote syslog server, I had syslog-ng expose a unix domain socket and mounte…

via PapaTutuWawa's Blog April 16, 2021

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