More Pelican, or how I learned to stop worrying and start developing with others.
Pelican 3.0 is almost out the door now. It’s been great working on a “real” project with other developers for what is, in retrospect, the first time ever.
Some programmers I know would rather fork a project and trudge off into the snow with the code base, then fork off their own leg and write their way back before working on someone else’s code; I think at some point I caught that same fever from someone close to me.
Now with less dynamics
I’ve been stalling a lot on writing this post. I guess I wanted everything to be perfect by the time I actually wrote about it however my willpower to finish these test cases is weak.
The site has now changed, yet again. I decided not to wait 5 years between refreshes this time.
The biggest change people should notice is at first glance you shouldn’t notice change. When you click around it should be easy to realize that the site isn’t WordPress based anymore though.
A little thank you goes a long way
Things like this happen sometimes
:::irc [4:27 PM] <SnowLprd> tBunnyMan: Nice work on #389. I can see how that will come in handy. :^) [4:27 PM] <tBunnyMan> Thanks! [4:28 PM] <tBunnyMan> I really just wanted a 404 and 50x error that matched my theme... but making it more extensible helps everyone [4:28 PM] <tBunnyMan> I just need to finish this test case for it when work stops being annoying [4:29 PM] <SnowLprd> Nice of you to generalize it for everyone, despite only needing it yourself for 404/50x errors.