Privacy and Hugo Themes

I use the “Hugo Coder” theme for this page. After creating the privacy page (Impressum), I did take a closer look at the generated HTML code to confirm I didn’t miss to state things there. I thought, given Hugo generates plain static HTML pages, I would be on the safe side. But unfortunately, the theme I use includes some external resources, like the Google web fonts… I now patched that out in my fork of the theme and provide local copies on my own server. [Read More]

Hugo Extended on CentOS 7

After first using the Hermit theme, I moved to the Hugo Coder theme to have a nicer front page and menu at the top. Unfortunately that needs Hugo in the “extended” version. The binary one can download on https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/releases doesn’t run on CentOS 7, unlike the normal variant you get there (too new libstdc++ needed). One has to recompile it to get that working. To make it easier for others, to do so, just: [Read More]

New Website

After several years of failing to update my personal WordPress page, I restarted my website with the Hugo framework. The new website uses zero cookies (yes, no stupid cookie question) and no kind of analytic software. I hope my Impressum is done well enough to avoid any legal issues. At the moment the website is still very empty, I hope to fill in more content about my open source projects and academic stuff in the near future. [Read More]