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<h1>Updates: Switching to Codeberg, plans for future videos</h1>
<p class='date'>Fri, 03 Dec 2021 19:40:20 +0400</p>
<p>I recently moved all of my repositories from <a href="https://gitlab.com/Denshi/">my GitLab</a> to a different git hosting site, <a href="https://codeberg.org/Denshi">Codeberg.</a> I had known about the various existing git hosting sites, such as <a href="https://sr.ht">Sourcehut</a> and various Cgit instances for a while, but I spent too long looking for a site that compromised <b>common-sense privacy and anti-bloat defaults</b> and <b>popularity and usability,</b> only to find Codeberg fits most of the requirements I needed.</p>
<h2>My repos (as of now)</h2>
<p>I only have two important repositories on my Codeberg:</p>
<h3><a href="https://codeberg.org/Denshi/Site">Site</a></h3>
<p>This is the repository <i>where the source code to this website is stored.</i> The reason I feel it really necessary to share this publicly is so people can use <b>my modified version of lb,</b> which corrects the links in the RSS feed, gets rid of the rolling blog page and adds a "reply-to" link at the bottom of every article.</p>
<h3><a href="https://codeberg.org/Denshi/Dots">Dots</a></h3>
<p>This is the repository where I store all my dotfiles. This includes some basic configs for some programs and <b>my custom builds of dwm and st.</b></p>
<h2>On my videos</h2>
<p>As of recently, I've become more focused on making videos about Linux and technology. <b>Despite this recent upturn in Linux videos,</b> I want to make it perfectly clear that I continue to have <b>no specific topic or direction to my channel.</b> I want to make videos people like and want to watch; Whether they are pragmatically useful, like Linux/tech guides, or simply entertaining, doesn't change the fact that they're videos I want to make. So, just to make things clear, <b>I will continue to make fun, well-edited and long videos from time to time.</b></p>
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