I need to stop making a habit of releasing these at 1am, but I just put up a version 1.2.1 for with some bug fixes! Here are the release notes:


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Not sure folk are aware that using Google fonts by URL in their CSS undermines the privacy of each and every site visitor, sending their IP to GG with every visit. How? Because with each visit they download the font from GG, not your server.

If you will use GG fonts, don't do this

@import url('fonts.googleapis.com/css?famil[...]

Download that font, and resource it locally instead

@font-face {
font-family: FontName';
font-style: normal;
src: url('../fonts/FontName.woff2');

@felix I'm very glad to hear it works for you now! And yeah, blockquotes were definitely worth adding :)

Feather Wiki version 1.2.0 is now available! support has been added, the looks have been spruced up, and there's a new domain:


That link has everything worth knowing about , so check it out!

It's also worth noting that the code repository's README.md file also includes updated file sizes of each build, so if you're curious, check out codeberg.org/Alamantus/Feather

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1.2.0 release notes can be found here:

Support for (slightly) older browsers has also been added to ! Choose options with ECMAScript 2015 () for better browser or 2020 for a smaller file size.

You can also choose which editor you prefer. Each resulting combo has a bird name representative of its file size: Dove, Robin, Finch, Sparrow, Chickadee, & Hummingbird.
If that's too many choices for you, just grab Dove from the home page or the top of the Downloads page: feather.wiki/?page=downloads

To upgrade an existing Feather Wiki to the new version 1.2.0, see the Upgrading page to learn how: feather.wiki/?page=upgrading

Finally, if you encounter any issues, have any feature requests, or want your public Feather Wiki in the gallery (feather.wiki/?page=gallery), please browse the Issues page and report it only if it's not already there: codeberg.org/Alamantus/Feather

Thanks, and I hope you enjoy!

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Feather Wiki version 1.2.0 is now available! support has been added, the looks have been spruced up, and there's a new domain:


That link has everything worth knowing about , so check it out!

your prefered date format?

(pls boost)

omg I just removed a library from because I only use a small part of it and it reduced the file size by nearly 20 (TWENTY) kilobytes???? 🤯 That makes the *largest* build only 63.369KB 😳

slower computers, please 

@macdude22 @thezerobit We yearn and reach for a time when technology worked for us, not for the people who want to buy and sell us.

slower computers, please 

I'm a computer guy, but I'm very much over fast computers. Most of your computer's resources are wasted loading ads and trackers on webpages. Video games require more and more power to deliver less interesting experiences. Don't get me started on cryptocurrency. Computers are getting increasingly complex, therefore less reliable, nearly impossible to repair, wasteful, and devastating to the environment. We need #slowcomputers and more #retrocomputing

@felix That's kind of where I'm landing with this too. And thanks! I'm working on updating the docs before I make the release "official" but it’s up there in the repo!

Should I add plugin support to the *next* release of or wait until the one after? If I wait until after, then Markdown support + a facelift can come sooner, but if it's in the next release, then I won't need a new version

I'm so glad the Infinite Jukebox got re-hosted somewhere and given an update! If you haven't seen it before, check out the with a favorite song for a new, infinite twist on it!


I can deal with just about any music service or (online) vendor, but Apple Music is my preferred platform with Bandcamp a close second. I can definitely deal with Spotify, but I haven't really used any other services

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I don't want words or excitement, just a nearly endless feeling that this is a peaceful day and tomorrow will be the same as today and that's a good thing.


I mean, I want that generally in life too, but looking for music atm

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Does anyone have or know of a playlist of I can just play in the background so it feels like I'm either an NPC just going about their day in an RPG or a random villager in a Studio Ghibli film?

Hey Fedi, do you know if there is a federated (perhaps even #ActivityPub-powered) cooking recipe hosting service? If not, let's 👏 make 👏 this 👏 happen!

I hate modern recipe websites. All of them are full with ads and tracking. The leading recipe hosting in my country loads over 30 different trackers, and that's excluding the ads!

@bouncepaw I'm using Snarkdown (github.com/developit/snarkdown), and I'm including it because I've had a couple requests for Markdown support. Plus it ultimately results in smaller file sizes than HTML, so it kind of fits the "small as possible" theme.

If I wasn't targeting the widest audience possible I would have just done Markdown to begin with because Snarkdown is only 1KB compared to pell's (the WYSIWYG editor I'm using) ~3.5KB since I'm being so stingy with bytes. But I wanted it to be usable by as many people as possible, and seeing how my partner interacts with Markdown and hates it, I went with just the editor to begin with.

But *I* like Markdown *and* enough people asked for it, so here we are.

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Oh THAT Robbie!'s choices:


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