Converted to WordPress
So, I’ve tried off and on over the years to actually keep a blog and I have always failed. My theory here is that, maybe if I use WordPress, which has a fancy WYSIWYG editor and is mobile friendly, etc, that I will actually stick with this. Here’s to hoping… I do have one bit that I want to write up about a quirk I stumbled across in .NET 5. Look for that to be posted in the next couple days.
I was thankful that I was able to easily copy my few existing articles over from my previous wiki and “fake” the publish data in WordPress to that they show up with the proper dates. I didn’t want everything from the past being published on the same date. WordPress made it really easy to do by just selecting a past date in the “publish” field of the posts and pages. Easy enough!
I followed your link from Github and it brought me here.
I’ve been using WordPress for a while, but have switched to using substack.com for a lot of stuff as it is so much easier and I don’t have to “maintain” it.
Also see that you are in Florida. I worked in Tampa a while back, but that was some years ago now.
Wow, I honestly didn’t know anyone ever looked at this site. I really need to put some TLC into it, or just jump to something altogether different. I will definitely check out substack.com, thanks for the suggestion!