assetic: workers: cache_busting: enabled: true
What happens: It will create different file names for different file contents, not only on the file name (At least it should, I haden’t time to try it yet). This is cool, because now you don’t have to take care about cache invalidation for assetics assets yourself.
Actually this site doesn’t serve any deeper purpose. I own the domain and I have some free space. Also it allows me to get into Jekyll for static site generations. While playing around – it took me the promised 5 minutes to set it up – I wonder why I’ve not started with it earlier, because lets get honest: Most pages are static. So here I am: An slightly ugly looking page with the simplest and easiest “blog-system” I’ve ever seen. That may be an interesting start point for another attempt of an English speaking blog (for those who know me and/or just speak german: My heavily outdated German blog is still available). With code highlighting, images and such I have all I need. However, the domain doesn’t fit that good, because an English language blog with a German .de-domain? I should be a more “international” one I guess. Hopefully this wont be my last blog post.