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„Der Dämon der Trägheit, der auch Mittagsdämon genannt wird, ist belastender als alle anderen Dämonen.“
Akedia is the result of a simple idea: A place for my digital self. A (micro-)blog, a knowledgebase, a place for experiments. A project that doesn’t get scrapped after a few months.
It took me at least five years to get it where it is now.
During that time, I went through a series of attempts in various programming languages and emotions regarding the project. I abandoned it more than once, telling myself it couldn’t be done, discovered the IndieWeb, Elixir/Phoenix and Mastodon and many more exiting projects.
I’m proud of what I’ve achieved with this project. At the same time I know there will always be something to tweak, tinker with or fix. Which is what keeps me going I guess.
Avatar by Domenico Fetti, CC BY-SA 4.0