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Signed by: Michael Zhang <failed.down@gmail.com> GPG Key ID: A1B65B603268116B
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 [extra]
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 nav_links = [
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     { url = "/pages/about", text = "about" },
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-    { url = "https://git.mzhang.me/", text = "projects" },
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+    { url = "https://git.mzhang.me/michael", text = "projects" },
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-For my desktop environment, I've got [i3](https://i3wm.org/), a tiling window manager. I like it because it's lightweight and doesn't use much battery. My config can be found [here](https://git.mzhang.me/dotfiles.git/tree/.config/i3/config). I tried i3gaps at one point but didn't feel like trying to fix the rendering artifacts so I switched back.
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+For my desktop environment, I've got [i3](https://i3wm.org/), a tiling window manager. I like it because it's lightweight and doesn't use much battery. My config can be found [here](https://git.mzhang.me/michael/dotfiles/src/branch/master/.config/i3/config). I tried i3gaps at one point but didn't feel like trying to fix the rendering artifacts so I switched back.
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 ### Coding
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 ### Passwords
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-For passwords, I'm using [pass](https://www.passwordstore.org/), which is a GPG-encrypted password store. The passwords are checked into a git repository in order to maintain consistency between multiple devices (I'm using [Android Password Store](https://github.com/zeapo/Android-Password-Store) on my phone). Then, I bind `$mod+p` to a [rofi script](https://git.mzhang.me/dotfiles.git/tree/.local/scripts/passmenu) so I can access them easily.
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+For passwords, I'm using [pass](https://www.passwordstore.org/), which is a GPG-encrypted password store. The passwords are checked into a git repository in order to maintain consistency between multiple devices (I'm using [Android Password Store](https://github.com/zeapo/Android-Password-Store) on my phone). Then, I bind `$mod+p` to a [rofi script](https://git.mzhang.me/michael/dotfiles/src/branch/master/.local/scripts/passmenu) so I can access them easily.
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 ### Music
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 ### Screenshot
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-I'm using a [custom screenshot tool](https://git.mzhang.me/leanshot).
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+I'm using a [custom screenshot tool](https://git.mzhang.me/michael/leanshot).
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 ## This Website
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 The stack for this website looks like:
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-- The [source code](https://git.mzhang.me/blog.git) is written as a set of Gutenberg config files.
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+- The [source code](https://git.mzhang.me/michael/blog) is written as a set of Gutenberg config files.
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 - This is then transpiled into static HTML + resources using [Gutenberg](https://www.getgutenberg.io/), a static site generator.
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 - Static files are served from a web root using [nginx](https://nginx.org/en/) through a virtual host.
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 - And here it is!
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-For deployment, I'm using [dip](https://git.mzhang.me/dip), a customizable webhook server that I wrote that rebuilds the source code on push.
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+For deployment, I'm using [dip](https://github.com/acmumn/dip), a customizable webhook server that I wrote that rebuilds the source code on push.