Lot of work went into making Ghost function as a fully headless CMS in the last year, very stoked to launch a lot of new developer tooling for the JAMstack architecture: https://blog.ghost.org/jamstack/
My feed is way too quiet - I need more people to follow on Mastodon. Can I have some recommendations?
Esp interested in:
- Web apps / Open source
- Front-end development
- Startups / makers / sideprojects
- Dry humour
Actively trying to avoid:
- Political commentary
- Dogmatic views
- Social justice crusades
The fucking podcast feed validators haven't been updated in about a million years, either -- https://validator.w3.org/feed official W3 feed validator chokes on https because it fails to detect the URL pattern entirely 😱
Tumblr announced they’re shutting down all porn - and we rank #2 for “Tumblr Alternative”. Site traffic is up +400%.
Going to be an... interesting... week.
Actually updated our site to redirect most visitors to Mastodon - which I think is way more suited to the use-case of people moving away from Tumblr and looking for short-form, nice content networks.
Proud to share: After 5 years, $3Million, and no investors: Here's everything we've learned from building the #1 CMS on Github 🔥 https://blog.ghost.org/5/
Just started hiring for some new and exciting positions at Ghost.org - Roles in marketing, development and ops. All come with:
🌍 Fully remote
💸 Competitive salary
✈️ International retreats
💻 Equipment paid for
📅 3 day weekends
Get in touch :)
A stunning sunset this Easter weekend in Cape Town - absolutely in love with this place https://instagram.com/p/BhH6_27FRGO/
Spent the last week setting up a fresh instance of Discourse on forum.ghost.org - and it was a generally great experience (yay open source). I posted some thoughts about why we're moving away from Slack toward Discourse over on Twitter. I won't republish them here, but if anyone is interested here's the thread: https://twitter.com/JohnONolan/status/980872508395188224
Now just need to move everything from there to Mastodon. Right?
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