Alessio Caiazza

Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo.

Implementing avatars timeline

From time to time I like updating my avatar, but this has the side effect of changing it also on old messages that I wrote with another face.

Recently I was able to recover an old repository containing the sources for this site for the period 2007-2012.
Reading my 10 years old articles was entertaining (for me) but having my grown up face next to a 13 year old post felt so strange.

So I decided to implement an avatar timeline. At least here on my website, every post will always have the face that I had at the time of writing (except on mobile, I don't display my avatar on mobile).

2006-01-10 2009-10-10 2011-01-01 2015-08-30 2018-08-31 2020-12-03
I don't expect anyone to be interested in those old posts, also many of them are written in italian.
In any case, they are all tagged with #abisso.org archaeology
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Alessio

Hello. My name is Alessio Caiazza. I'm also known as nolith. I love writing code and technology. I'm passionate about production engineering.

This is where I write my thoughts trying to follow IndieWeb principles.

Staff Backend Engineer, Delivery @ GitLab

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"Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo."

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