latest 20 messages in #jekyll

+ [2021-10-13T20:28:21Z] jaybe
+ [2021-10-13T17:34:23Z] jla how are you jaybe et al. ?
+ [2021-10-13T17:34:06Z] jla heya Jekyllistas ... is 'there anybody Out there' ( .- PinFloyd sung ) ?
+ [2021-10-05T18:15:11Z] jaybe i can accomplish a lot of the same searching, accessing, etc. with finder’ search for #tags, titles, etc. fsnotes just is prettier :)
+ [2021-10-05T18:14:40Z] jaybe meaning - i won’t bother looking at it if the content isn’t 'free'
+ [2021-10-05T18:14:27Z] jaybe technically, one of the main points about fsnotes is that it’s truly agnostic
+ [2021-10-05T18:12:18Z] allejo I'd rather not have an entirely separate tool for my work notes. more for me to manage
+ [2021-10-05T18:11:44Z] allejo yea :(
+ [2021-10-05T17:14:26Z] jaybe allejo: ah yah - that’s right - mac only can be a real issue for cross platform folks. fair point.
+ [2021-10-05T07:03:49Z] allejo jaybe: I did! I liked it but was sad about the lack of Windows support :(
+ [2021-10-04T20:43:54Z] jaybe allejo: had a chance to play with fsnotes?
+ [2021-09-30T08:49:56Z] ccapndave Then `def my_sort(input)` gets a string, but I need to get a field (the date) of the post so that I can sort it correctly
+ [2021-09-30T08:49:33Z] ccapndave {% assign portfolios2 = site.categories.portfolio | my_sort %}
+ [2021-09-30T08:49:06Z] ccapndave Hey everyone - I'm very new to Jekyll plugins, but I'm trying to write a custom sorting filter and can't figure out how to get a property of the posts I'm trying to sort.
+ [2021-09-29T14:29:04Z] jaybe {{ content | inspect }}
+ [2021-09-29T14:28:30Z] jaybe mooperd: more info
+ [2021-09-29T13:25:37Z] mooperd and my google-fu is failing me
+ [2021-09-29T13:24:38Z] mooperd I cant work out how this is templated
+ [2021-09-29T13:24:26Z] mooperd Hello, How do I change how {{ content }} is rendered?
+ [2021-09-27T15:14:31Z] jaybe ~ [4.2.1 | 3.9.1] Jekyll is a blog-aware, static site generator in Ruby - Home: - Docs: - GitHub: - Help/Talk: - Teams: - Liquid: