2022-03-13 Issue N°12: Copying Down The Dates by https://denizaksimsek.com/

Our newest corporate sponsor: JetBrains

Yes, that JetBrains.

htmx.org @htmx_org
absolutely floored to say that htmx has a new corporate sponsor… @jetbrains!
i have been a long time (20+ years) user of all of JetBrain's tools
and it is positively surreal to have them as a sponsor
thank you @jetbrains!
🙏🙏🙏

Looking for a new home for the htmx community

Discord is a black hole for information.
alfonsrv Top on HN – Discord is a black hole for information: https://knockout.chat/thread/33251/1
2022-02-18 15:18Z
gagepeterson As far as which forum software I think GitHub discussions
is probably the easiest to implement.
I think I like Discourse’s notification system, since last visit line,
and obviously has a lot more plugins and features than GitHub discussions.
However hosting ourselves is a bit more difficult to manage I admit.
There’s also nodeBB which has pretty slick UX. Pretty sure I can even
be embedded into the static website if we wanted. Looks like they’ll
even host it for free for open source projects: https://nodebb.org/pricing/

2022-02-24

gagepeterson Also looks like Twist is free for communities:
https://twitter.com/amix3k/status/1496225056300711937?t=P2RFxsdv7qYFj3JTe28SRA&s=19
gagepeterson It’s got really great web, desktop, and mobile app.
Not publicly searchable but best in class UX

2022-03-01

xpufx If leaving Discord ever becomes an option at all please consider
Zulip. https://zulip.com/ It’s open source. Can be self hosted.
But they also do provide free cloud hosting for open source projecst
if I am not mistaken.
xpufx Its killer feature is it’s topic based threads.
(every channel conversation requires a topic)
xpufx Yes it is in fact free for open source projects.
https://zulip.com/for/open-source/ Refer to the "Lasting knowledge repository "
section on this page for info relating to the topic of this thread.

Discord · February 14, 2022, 11:22 AM UTC

Craig R Wonder if this might be somewhat suitable? Seems like a
hybrid forum and chat: https://www.talkyard.io/
lllama https://www.discourse.org/ ?

Do you have any ideas ?

missing.css progress

The missing.css website has a new font switcher. İn addition: we are looking into navbar-free navigation, because navbars are a pain.

Meanwhile, we are progressing on the front of covering all the elements.

One thing still undecided is the utility class part — if you have used utility-based CSS and have opinions about it, https://htmx.org/discord is the soapbox you’ve been looking for! Ignore that buzzıng noise. 🐝

coreload @coreload Concepts for missing.css This could turn out to be good. https://github.com/bigskysoftware

Twitter · February 28, 2022, 12:25 AM UTC - https://twitter.com/coreload/status/1498091863122661377

django-htmx on Read the Docs

I’ve just released django-htmx 1.9.0. As part of this release, it
now has a documentation site built with Sphinx, hosted on
Read the Docs at https://django-htmx.readthedocs.io.
— Adam Johnson, django-htmx Now on Read the Docs

Check it out!

The maintainability of _hyperscript code

Fubarrr Just wanted to say how much I love the maintainability of hyperscript code! Today I discovered a small issue with some code I wrote months ago. Took all of 30 seconds to find the problematic line of code (‘cause LoB), understand what it was doing (‘cause hyperscript syntax is poetry) and roll in a fix.

Discord · February 28, 2022, 10:41 PM UTC - https://discordapp.com/channels/725789699527933952/796428329531605032/947986864093134908