After struggling for a (very long) while with nanoc, I was able to make many small improvements to the site structure.
“Scripts” section has disappeared in favor of a more generic “Coding” one, divided by language.
Site layouting was changed to slim for better readability and maintainability (and less HTML-did-I-close-the-tag? headaches).
I pushed dfg2ext and mp3conv to github, rather than having them hang around on rsync. They lie there as an example of bash scripting rather than still-working scripts (seriously, don’t use them).
I am applying for becoming a Gentoo developer, and I am slowly testing packages and fixing clang bugs.
I will try to follow up this round of updates with some serious nanoc examples, as I find that the documentation online is somewhat scarce.
You will find them under the newly added “Guides” section, along with a new RAID1 guide for MD (mdadm).
In the meanwhile I also migrated my server to a much more powerful one, basically, everything doubled in the specs. I am partecipating in many BOINC projects now, compared to the 4-5 previous ones.