Ichi.city reminds me of what a Christopher Alexander-like a place to put information might look like, and makes me wonder what other Alexanderian places we might still want.
> If you see agge, he leaked my password. He is enemy numba wan
Anything in your ~/public_html dir gets hosted in a subdir of your tilde with your UNIX username, e.g. /~seirdy/.
The obvious problems I thought about yesterday when I first saw this was spam and at some point moderation.
I looked the homepages this morning and sure enough, someone created hundreds of sites with 8 random letters.
I guess you could also create a script to update your site every X seconds to always be on the frontpage to promote a crypto or something more nefarious.
Anyways, I'll still keep updating my own site from time to time for fun, thanks for sharing this.
edit: And it's back!
That's not the what the comment you're responding to said.
> I'm saying that you don't need external static hosting if you're already using GitHub
That's a huge "iff" of an if.
> This, along with GitHub/GitLab make for great, free ways for people to learn some basic HTML.
I read that as saying "a combination of both GitHub/GitLab and the static hosting service OP linked". Are you saying this person is saying "one or the other" instead of "a combination of"?
As long as they mean "a combination of", I maintain that there's no reason to use both, if you're already using GitHub (that's the implicit a priori assumption) as GitHub provides static hosting already. Hope that clears it up
Yes, clearly. As you say, there's no reason to use both. There's no reason, then, to think that that's what the person meant.
If there are two possible interpretations of a statement, one which makes sense and one which doesn't, chances are that the one makes sense is the one that was intended, and not the one that doesn't.
Anyone ever replicate that?
1 - https://clipground.com/images/india-cricket-logo-clipart-7.j...
- MERP Draw, https://merp.ichi.city/draw/html
edit: looks like it's too late to edit or remove it
However, it's simpler than NeoCities, and I kind of love the more barebones aesthetic.