This is my live config, written as an Org file and integrated with my site with
ox-hugo. Pretty much everything is subject to drastic change. I’ll try not to remove any orgconfig files, but no promises. I can’t even promise the same blocks will be in the same file next time you visit.
:noexport: tags on subtrees and
:exports none on source blocks for sensitive or redundant material.
Diego Zamboni’s book Literate Configuration inspired me to get on an orgconfig project. Then I kind of got annoyed and abandoned it for a while. But recent adventures in knowledge management combined with a complete reset of my WSL setup got me thinking about the whole literate config thing again, and here we are. The narrative is lacking. I still haven’t installed all the pieces of my normal environment. But it’s late and I wanted to get that config publishing flow working again.
I export the main sections as distinct pages to save on bandwith. More mental bandwidth than network. Text is cheap for networks. Not so cheap for brains.