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  1. Eleventy: how to ex­clude draft col­lec­tion items from build pro­gram­mat­i­cally

    With its 0.11.0 re­lease, Eleventy of­fers a pow­er­ful fea­ture. Let’s see how to ex­clude draft col­lec­tion items from build out­put in Eleventy pro­gram­mat­i­cally, us­ing eleven­ty­Com­puted.

  2. Thank you, Next! Moving from Google to NextCloud for my con­tacts & cal­en­dar.

    A per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ence of a GNOME and Android user mov­ing from Google to a hosted NextCloud in­stance for im­proved pri­vacy of her con­tacts and cal­en­dar.

  3. Make your RSS feed dis­cov­er­able to feed read­ers

    How to add the nec­es­sary meta tag to make auto dis­cov­ery of RSS/Atom feeds pos­si­ble.

  4. Configure git to use a spe­cific SSH key for a repos­i­tory per­ma­nently

    How to con­fig­ure git to use a spec­i­fied SSH key for a repos­i­tory. Details a work-around in case of con­flicts with your SSH con­fig.

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  10. With its 0.11.0 re­lease, Eleventy of­fers a pow­er­ful fea­ture. Let’s see how to ex­clude draft col­lec­tion items from build out­put in Eleventy pro­gram­mat­i­cally, us­ing eleven­ty­Com­puted.

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