Often I stumble upon articles but don’t have time to read them at work, or maybe they’re longform and I don’t want to spend that much time looking at text on an emissive screen. To solve this issue I decided to build a solution that would wrap these articles up and deliver them to my Kindle to browse at my leisure.
I was partially inspired by “reader mode”, a common feature in many browsers that lets you strip away anything that isn’t directly related to the article you’re reading.
A few months back I built a tool to cross-compile my Hugo blog into one that can be accessed via the Gopher protocol.
More recently, I built a CI/CD pipeline on my GitLab* instance which automatically compiled and uploaded my website to AWS. I won’t cover that here, but I found a wonderful and perfect guide for it.
Sometime yesterday I decided to take this all one step further and integrate my hugogopher into that CI/CD pipeline.