The place you’re currently visiting.
- Logo/visual identity, web design, front-end development
- 2021 - Present
“Digital gardens explore a wide variety of topics and are frequently adjusted and changed to show growth and learning, particularly among people with niche interests.”
— Tanya Basu, Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet
njoqi was inspired by personal wikis and digital gardens like Neauoire’s XXIIVV, and aims to be:
- a projects portfolio
- a place to aggregate personal logs
- a productivity and inspirational tool
- a compendium of knowledge and useful resources
- a fun little bit of Internet I can play with
It is generated through custom Typescript using Markdown files for content and HTML with whiskers for templating. The script uses markdown-it with plugins, and sass.
I aim to keep it accessible, have a small footprint, and a simple and user-friendly development stack. It is currently hosted on Codeberg Pages, with the code available on its own Codeberg git repo. I switched to Codeberg as an open-source, non-profit, Europe-based alternative to Github.
Ultimately, I want to try self-hosting it on a used Raspberry Pi (or similar) for several reasons:
- full control and ownership
- low power consumption
- possibly use renewable energy
- learning about server configuration
- in the future, turning the Pi into a local community hosting station