Technical musings and other tidbits

Streamlining my deployment process

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I’ve been hosting my website over on GH Pages for a long time now. Honestly I don’t have too many problems with it or the process. But I was skeptical when I first started.. and as such I wanted to actually commit the build artifacts to a separate repo so that I could inspect them and not rely too much on GH Actions. I feel like I’m finally at the point where I’m ok with things so I took some time to rework my process a bit.

Now when I commit and push to github, I’m utilizing GitHub Actions to build and publish the build directly to GH Pages. Literally just lifted the configuration that hugo publishes because I didn’t care to spend time figuring it out myself and did a bit of re-work on my repo.

I know eventually I’ll have to change some of this as I’d like to add some more functionality to my site to support some IndieWeb functionality like WebMentions. In order to do that I need to run various server components to be able to receive mentions and (Perhaps directly through Caddy) and serve up WebFinger.

Posted Wednesday, February 07, 2024

Source: http://xangelo.ca/daily/2024/feb/deployment-process/, 2024-02-07