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Although it’s useless to say, I wish you happiness.

This website is my attempt at a less experimental, more grounded presence on the internet.

You can navigate between this site, my blog and my wiki via the menu on the left (or top), and between different pages on these sites via the links to the right (or bottom).

If you want, you can also read more about me or 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 dist using npm install; npm start. See Axiom’s website for further instructions.

This site is intentionally kept simple – no JavaScript, no CDNs, no cookies, no advertisements, no tracking. Just how I’d want a perfect website to be.

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.


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