2021-03-02 14:00

Documenting Blog Changes

As I recently wrote, Blot supports two mechanisms for synchronizing content from my Mac to the web: Dropbox or Git. I chose Git. As I’m writing this, I’m still testing Nova as the Git frontend (I’m a GUI type-of-guy). One of the great benefit of using Git is the builtin history of commits that is at the core of any Git repo. As shown below, as I push updates to my Blot-based website, I make sure to write a short comment in the commit action to document the commit action. I think this is an important asset in managing a blog and owning its content.
Commit history to the blog report using Nova
A better view at the GIT panel in Nova:
Nova GIT panel with commit message area

Git Nova Meta


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