new, completely 🔆solar-powered🔆 website for Low-Tech Magazine!!
"How to Build a Low-tech Website?"
"Our new blog is designed to radically reduce the energy use associated with accessing our content."
@sifr cool stuff!
@sifr This makes me wonder if converting the images to svg woundn't have used less resources than b/w dithering.
@sifr This is one of the dopest things that's happened in a while, I love it
@socalledunitedstates there will be a talk at Radical Networks https://radicalnetworks.org/participants/roel-roscam-abbing/ by the folks who did it, among which @rra
@6gain yeah, there will also be a talk on the project at Radical Networks by the folks who did it, shout-out to them
@sifr may i ask you what OS are you using on that board? And what static website generator?
@silkevicious I'm not involved in the project by any means sorry! I'm nobody, just an appreciator of good works, the folks who did it will present at Radical Networks https://radicalnetworks.org/participants/roel-roscam-abbing/, @rra is also on here, you can ask them directly
@sifr They just keep getting cooler. Those dithered images!
I don't understand how they square "static website" with "meter showing server battery levels", though.
"The accessibility of this website depends on the weather in Barcelona, Spain, where the solar-powered web server is located."
@priryo the great folks who did it will present it at Radical Networks soon and there will be a more official launch https://radicalnetworks.org/participants/roel-roscam-abbing/ and I guess there will be plenty of further details
@Ninjatrappeur from Radical Networks :) it got out a bit earlier than scheduled ;)
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