So one of my big focuses in a lot of my projects is less about open sourcing my code (though that's important) and more about open sourcing my underlying data. To be honest most of the time while I like my code, it's not really all that special - just about any competent developer could reproduce something close enough. What is special is my data which enables my project. This idea of data being important is a double edged sword.
This blog isn't all that interesting tech wise, but I wanted to take a moment to cover it for those with a passing interest. It's a jekyll core with a very hacked on midnight theme, currently using jemoji for the :heart:s, :poop: and :laughing:. Code is styled with the very fancy and very awesome Fira Code font so that things like this are a thing: 'use strict'; const myFunc = (.