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README.md

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arvind.io

I write code, make music, and study the skies. You can read about what I've been up to there, along with my thoughts and discoveries.

This is the source code for my blog and personal website

This project is not intended to be repurposed.
However, if you want to run this project anyway, set up a .env file at the root of the project with the required environment variables specific to your deployment, such as the site URL, Google Analytics tracking ID, Disqus shortname, and so on. Refer to config.js.
If you actually plan to repurpose the code here, I admire your determination to fit square pegs in round holes. I bet you also hate ice cream and like pizza with pineapple on it, you fucking psychopath.

Site map

  • / : Root of Blog Post Index/List
  • /page/<index> : Blog Post Index/List at page
  • /posts/<title> : Individual Blog Post
  • /tags/<tag> : Root of Blog Post Index/List having particular tag
  • /tags/<tag>/page/<index> : Blog Post Index/List having particular tag at page
  • /hire : Client landing page for contract work
  • /icons/ : Browser icons (favicons, manifest icons, etc)
  • /images/ : Picture related assets
  • /resume.pdf : Resume document
  • /rss.xml : RSS Feed for blog posts
  • /robots.txt : For web crawlers
  • /keybase.txt : Proof of domain ownership on my keybase profile
  • * : Anything else gives a 404 page
Note: If using Windows 10 with node v10.x you might find that yarn shits its pants while trying to build sharp as a dependancy, and no currently documented solution works. Use npm install instead for now. This is not an issue on OSX (and linux presumably).

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