This blog is built by exporting a Tinderbox document. Tinderbox is awesome and I've been using it for years, but it's not really meant as a blogging engine, even though it works well as one. One day I'm going to upgrade or accidentally change something and the whole thing is going to go pear-shaped. Do I want to live under the threat of that happening? For now, I do.
An attribute of software that is more important to me than its open-source status is how badly I'd be chastised if I stop using it.
Since replacing my Synology with an old Mac Mini, I've been meaning to clean it up and prep it for sale. Well, I cleaned it up. Then I plugged it in so I could wipe stuff and instead of doing that, I installed a bunch of packages and reconfigured the networking so now I think I'll keep it? I hate myself.