RSS Feeds are now back on the website. I have also added a feed page to list all the available feeds and formats.
Short form notes
Working on #servicedesign involving multiple govt sector partners and complex processes. The sweet spot in communicating the service to everyone has been a Milky Way map. https://www.irm.se/en/vintergatan/
Changed default branch from master to main on #github you should to.
Follow this guide by @shanselman to do the same: https://www.hanselman.com/blog/EasilyRenameYourGitDefaultBranchFromMasterToMain.aspx
Also if you deploy to @heroku this guide: https://medium.com/@adriennedomingus/if-you-are-interested-in-updating-the-name-of-the-primary-branch-on-your-repository-from-master-to-daa34d20c430
And to remove the master branche completely: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-delete-a-git-branch-both-locally-and-remotely/
One diagram. One purpose. Or you already lost the argument.
The syndication microservice is working! Now to write up a blog post explaining it all.
It has taken longer than I first thought. But I can see the end in sight for the re-architecturing phase in my #indieweb redesign. I landed on a microservices approach and so far it feels much nicer to work with and maintain. Just the syndication service to go!
A complex user flow can be a good indicator of messy business process being palmed off to the user as their issue. Similarly if it is overly simplistic there is a good chance you are missing something in your research.
Wondering if I could work out a method for a complexity rating at each stage over a given process. It would be a way to ensure at no point during a service things get to complex for a user and they abandon it. Or it could be used as an analysis tool to identify problems
the blog has been quiet for a while but work is continuing when I can during lockdown. I have been refactoring and tidying up my indieweb server. I have also been experimenting with Netlify functions, which are not fun to use at all. Lots learned, but not a lot to show right now
Just implemented @Netlify Large Media. It was super simple to setup. one Minor niggle, it did not play well with Node 12, downgrading to 10.13 solved the issue.