Inspired by @jlelse’s post on DNSControl, I moved my few DNS configurations to use that auto-deployable system and I must say I am amazed. I’ve known a few other systems for such kind of automation like Ansible, but never used them. In the meanwhile, I also started using GNU’s stow to manage my dotfiles. It’s much better than my previous system where I had a script that just copied the dotfiles over. This way they’re symlinked so the changes will be reflected with ease. I’m happy with it.

Jan-Lukas Else 11 May 2020 13:51

After Kev Quirk was initially skeptical about Git and was desperate about using it, he finally made it thanks to community help and realized that Git is better than he thought:After 30 minutes I had successfully carried out my first commit and push from the Git CLI. I have to say, once the basics …

That’s such a nice story. I actually mostly use GitHub’s interface and the CLI to work with Git. I only recall using SVN for publishing WordPress plugins a long time ago. I have had to modules during my bachelor’s with the same teacher that required us to use the Concurrent Versions Systems and that one can be a pain. I’m always afraid I’m gonna break something πŸ˜‚