My setup turned up much simpler, as I did not have some of the constraints that you wanted.
Why not self host?
What happens if https://github.com/simonw/til drops away?
Love your work Simon.
I've been using it to backup some of my repos on github/gitlab, without having to rely on any of my own custom scripts/crons.
Implementation details here: https://github.com/simonw/til/compare/95d99f5bb7206948257195...
Or is this trending on HN because it has the "GitHub Actions" buzzword in the title?
Edit: This is a serious question.
It's the article I wish I had been able to read when I started working on this project.
For tracking and sharing of personal TILs
Also as an iOS app
Here's my TIL implementation using Github Actions:
Mine is quite simple, you add new TIL's in the develop branch and commit them. Then it's built and added to the master branch.
The main difference is it provides full text search and global keyboard shortcuts so you can access it when you need it, without context switching.
@littke on twitter
This would allow folks to see each other’s TILs, search them, browse by tag, like/favorite each other’s TILs, and some other fun stuff eventually