So far, it only contains a fork of a template Next.js repository, I'll be working on the landing page next.
PS: this is the first time I bought a domain name using cryptocurrency, using the free Stellar Lumens dropped by Keybase before their acquisition by Zoom. The process was a pain (compared to usual fiat purchase experiences), but free money is worth a little sweat. 🤑
PPS: The OpenGraph image down below is generated live from a Figma file, using Foggy, another side project of mine, check it out: https://usefoggy.vercel.app
For a while, I was looking for a way to keep track of my many public GitHub repositories.
I use GitHub's Template Repository feature to quickly create new repos with all the CI/CD automation needed to ship Node.js / React / TypeScript packages, with Dependabot for dependency management.
Upkeeping with this system is sometimes tedious: floods of PRs from bots for security patches and dependency updates, broken CI/CD due to platform updates, and making all repos follow the same convention is a pain, as GitHub is repo-centric: there's no easy way to see across multiple repos.
So I set out to build a dashboard for myself, on my web lab (my personal website / digital garden). It turned out to be incredibly insightful, to manage 25 repositories at a glance.
I'm planning on collecting feedback to turn this project into a micro-SaaS, building in public and sharing my progress as I go along.