100 Posts to Offload
Jun 14, 2020 · 1 min read
In the past couple of months, many bloggers started to take part in the
#100DaysToOffload challenge which is
started by Kev Quirk. The goal is to allow bloggers to jump-start their
personal blogs by posting once per day for 100 days. Kev later changed the
goal of the challenge to
publishing 100 posts in a year, as that gives time to draft and refine the
posts before publishing.
Horst called the challenge in his blog post: “100DaysToOffload now more like 100PostsToOffload”, hence the name of this post. I’ll try my best to publish a new post about every 3.5 days, while hopefully writing somewhat interesting content.
Today, I finally decided to clean up the website’s source and publish it as open-source. This would make it easier for friends to see how the website is built.
This is my first post in the #100DaysToOffload challenge.
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