I ended my photo cleanup post with the statement that I should review how I resize images and handle the Exif tags in them.
That process took over 30 hours to resize the (5.000+) photos on the site and still resulted in some issues. Over the last weeks, I switched to another toolset to do the resizing. It now takes less than 1 hour to resize the images and so far, I have not found any issues with the results.Read full article
Earlier this year, I started to rebuild my website and decided to rebuild it with a static site generator: Jekyll. While building the site, I had some design principles in mind:
This requires processing of the photos and GPS tracks while generating the static HTML files. To do that, there are lots of plugins out there that can help. I found quite some plugins that can-do parts of the trick, but in the end, I still ended up with issues. But hey, I am an IT-guy; I can build a plugin myself, right?Read full article
I started this website back in 2009 and based on WordPress. By using WordPress, I hoped that I could focus on the content and didn’t have to spend a lot of time on the technology. Boy, was I wrong…. Time for a major overhaul.Read full article