Off to GitHub Pages

In another post, I wrote that I found a bit of a scism in having a very privacy-oriented and secure note-platform and a publishing platform mixed. In the end my conclusion is, that I don't like it. Thus I have migrated my few non-Listed.to-related posts to a GitHub Pages-platform: https://boegh.github.io/. It's still markdown-based, and even though it is less streamlined, that publishing through Standard Notes, it is still manageable. Even from the iPad.

Basically I found that it was not that obvious to me, which of my blog posts were published, and which were still in draft mode. This could probably be managed using the folder/tag-function but still. Also I kindda missed a big red warning text, saying: This post is published. Any updates will not be published until you actively do so. And finally pressing the publish felt a bit like 'blind firing'. I would have liked to be able to enable a a: Are you sure you wan't to publish the note, starting with -function before it actually got published.


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