When you’re the one man shop you’re constantly trying to make life easier as far as maintaining a web presence. I started a few years ago a Tutorials page which was super fun at first. Until it started growing and then I started falling behind updating them. Plus I’d get the occasional email of “hey this didn’t work” or “hey you’re awesome”. The “hey this didn’t work” usually started me down a rabbit hole of updating the page and/or testing the procedure.
So – I’m about to party like it’s 2014 and jump on the github bandwagon. I know – it’s all the rage these days. To be honest – I don’t use github much. As of late I’ve been working on using it more than I normally do.
Every Tutorial is going to get it’s own repository and that way if there are problems – I keep that problem with that repository. I make notes and keep things more regulated. Update as needed.
The next issue is “how quick” does this happen? As quick as I can. I’m probably going to retire the ArcGIS tutorials and update everything to QGIS to 3.x. Anyway – bear with me. It’s slowly moving in a better direction. With this week being a holiday week I should have more time than normal to push this along.
What was the first one? Putting an image into a geopackage.