So I like to learn things...
I have a reason for a lot of the things I have been working on, including this blog right here. I need to know how a lot of these technologies work. There is quite a bit of information to discover and put online, use to help others, and in general provide a easier way of things. That is in essence what life in the documentation and support worlds really boil down to and it will all change in short order.
I am also looking at other wiki type offerings to test and abuse to see how much use that I can make of them. I found an article that has several of them listed that I might actually pick a few and test out. I am currently thinking of Wiki.js and Raneto, but we shall see what I finally end up with.
On one hand the typing can get rather irritating, but on the other hand I am finally not hen-pecking any more and am learning to actually type like a real human being in the first time for forever. Things do in fact move faster than they used to.
I found out that just as soon as I got Fedora 28 installed, and I haven't even looked at it yet since I installed it, mind you, Fedora 29 got released. So it's no longer a beta, and now it is time to reload again and see what the newest bells and whistles are, and what they mean to me, if anything.
On the other hand, I might just give it a few days, or perhaps the weekend and work on everything a little more before I do the upgrade. To be perfectly honest, I am much more interested in Debian and how it is progressing than Fedora. I only have Fedora because I couldn't get Debian on the laptop the first time, and Crunchbang Plus Plus wasn't quite a thing yet. UEFI caused me a lot of issues.
I've probably said it before, but since we use CentOS at work, it only makes sense to have the laptop remain Fedora so I still have the proficiency there while my lovely home planet remains Debian as I would like in my perfect world.
I am also finally getting git straightened out where it is usable in most locations. That is one of the things that I have to get a good handle on out of the starting gate. That is one technology that I will end up depending on rather extensively, so I have to get it under control now.