“Openness allows us to stand on each other’s shoulders and move forward as a community, building on progress rather than starting from nothing” p9, Sustainable Web Design, Tom Greenwood. A Book Apart, 2021
The Python thing got made. Big disclaimer… the following link might not work for long, as I’ll quite soon realise the things I’ve not considered in this little script. But it works, a UTM URL generator with link shortener, built in Python and Flask. https://fhdweb.co.uk/utmurl/ I put a basic style into it using TailwindCSS –… Read the rest
13.3 miles today. Quickest 13.1 for quite some time. Felt comfortable for most of it. Headed out at 7, I went round More Hall reservoir on a very sunny Sunday. It was really peaceful at that time of day.
The other day I mentioned a little url to utm script I tinkered with. A very brief update on that – I went about adding a url shortener to it and in the process of doing that it turned into a Python script. More later.
I’ve mentioned Plausible Analytics recently, and have started using it at work a bit. Hopefully this will happen more over time, as it’s neat. At the end of last week one of my colleagues asked me for some tracking links (UTMs) to share in some campaign packs we were creating. It got me thinking about… Read the rest
I’ve been using Plausible Analytics properly for a bit at work the last couple of weeks. It’s great to have not thrown the normal analytics tool in there just for the sake of it. I put it on a site that was launched last week that looks to reduce suicide within the West Yorkshire and… Read the rest
My Git habits have always been pretty poor. I use it, I like it, I just don’t make it stick in my processes. The times I have it’s always been essential, and made me realise how useful it is, but when so often working on projects alone I find it really hard to stay dedicated… Read the rest
My little bio used to say I put stuff on Twitter. I’ve not actually been there since Christmas, and I’m not missing it so I feel now is the time to mention a new place I’m investigating. It’s run on Mastodon, which describes itself as “Social networking, back in your hands”. On the surface it… Read the rest