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This website is my creation. Its source is open to public scrutiny. All original text and code relevant to it partake of the aforementioned provisions.
The current iteration of this website uses my latest creation: Triton. Earlier versions used Akademos and Bionis. I will eventually distribute all themes under the terms of an open source license. Probably in the first quarter of 2017.
The current theme is part of Prot16: my collection of colour schemes for styling websites and highlighting code syntax in an extended number of applications.
The label “Prot16” is a play on my nickname and Chris Kempson’s Base16 project.
The secondary stylesheet is loaded asynchronously with loadCSS by Scott Jehl of the Filament Group.
Syntax highlighting is handled by the Rouge gem.
For further details, refer to this website’s git repository, in particular check the
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