There was a time when crafting an icon font was iconic, but now is the time to replace them with something better — something that can be easily processed, embedded and customized. Icons as they were meant to be so to say. With Hugo but without any additionally required tooling.
When I developed my first Hugo theme more than four years ago (already), I was searching for a reliable option to embed SVG icons as an alternative to icon fonts, but only for the icons that the users of the theme actually needed.
I developed a partial that helped me…
Recently, I purchased an Argon One case for my Raspberry Pi 4.
This is not a review of the case itself, but if I would need to describe it with a few words:
It’s an excellent piece of hardware that encloses your Pi in a modern aluminium case, combining passive and active cooling (via heatsink and fan), featuring an always-wanted safe power button.
Sounds great, right?
The problem I encountered is of a software kind: When looking for the driver to control the fan and the shutdown button, I only found the official argon1.sh …
The good thing: Trello Free will be totally sufficient for the start!
After reading the excellent “Scrum Of One” article which perfectly reflects the situation of my one-man projects, I’ve decided to setup a Trello Board in accordance to the article.
Quickly, I stumbled upon Trello’s limitations regarding the free plan: