My personal

I have recently read an article on HackerNews I tracked everything I read on the Internet for a year where the author explains how he created a static site generator to display the list of articles he read.

Often I find myself looking for an article read some time ago, struggling to seek it in the browser history.
So I decided to fork the project, do some customization and publish it to have a list of articles I can search easily.

Firstly I modified the GitHub workflows to make go point to the correct repository and the author email of the user used to commit new articles.

Then I customized the title of the static site, some hrefs and the CSS to make it look like my blog.
I added GA and, finally, I created a simple script that I execute in the terminal when I have to add a new item to the list:




curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Accept: application/vnd.github+json" \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer $GH_TOKEN" \ \
  -d "$payload"

echo 'OK'

Go check it out:

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