view my previously implied, more experimental website.
All pages here and on all subdomains have been generated by the latest version of Axiom, a static site generator (including theme) I originally hacked together in a few days specifically for this site.
If you want to download a complete copy of what you’re seeing here for whatever reason, instead of simply scraping everything using GNU Wget or a smiliar utility, I recommend doing something like this:
git clone https://github.com/TheLastZombie/Axiom -b docs --depth 1; cd Axiom
You can then browse the source code within
src or build everything into
npm install; npm start. See Axiom’s website for further instructions.
In fact, this domain isn’t even 2 MB in size and, as such, just about fits on a standard floppy disk! The blog and wiki are a bit larger though, since they use a lot more images and other binary files.
$ wget -qr eric.jetzt; du -h $_ 1.4M eric.jetzt $ wget -qr blog.eric.jetzt; du -h $_ 5.6M blog.eric.jetzt $ wget -qr wiki.eric.jetzt; du -h $_ 22M wiki.eric.jetzt
You can even view this site using ancient browsers such as Netscape Navigator or NCSA Mosaic – and pretty well at that!
There used to be a mirror of this website, making it available via the Gemini protocol, however I decided to remove it again, mainly because of two reasons:
That being said, the generation of GMI files wasn’t removed from Axiom, and should you decide to use it yourself, setting up a Gemini mirror of your own presence should be relatively easy.