~tyil/www-fglt.nl

Remove empty and apparently-disused FOSDEM page
Use more robust front-matter method for active tab
picking-a-distro.md: Add alpine, add lightweight install sizes

I'm a big fan of alpine, so I am sharing the good word.  Also I think it is a
good idea to give readers an idea of how small these installation footprints
are.

Happy bikeshedding!
Winston

Signed-off-by: Tom Ryder <tom@sanctum.geek.nz>
Update Ruby Gemfiles and package states
Refactor CSS and layout

* Remove redundant rules
* Remove redundant elements
* Add comments to rules
* Add padding to BLOCKQUOTE and PRE elements
Add --verbose to `bundle install` per winny

> <winny> tejr; do you have control over the ci/cd setup?
> <winny> tejr; you could add a verbose flag
> <tejr> winny: I can change the .build.yml file (as can you); beyond
> that, not really
> <winny> yeah bundle install takes --verbose
> <tejr> Oh to the build step?
> <winny> might be good anyway
> <tejr> Cool yeah that seems like an obvious thing to have tried :/
> <tejr> I'll give that a go for the next push
Strip extension from README

Potentially confusing, since winny's changes recently mean it shows
a much-more-useful rendered HTML
Split footer content into two paragraphs

Avoid line breaks
Include image dimensions in license badge

Prevents a jolt of the footer content on page load.
Move license badge styles into CSS file
Separate "sourcecode" into two words
Remove unneeded self-closing tags (site is HTML5)
Add base_url if set to README.html link

Successful build attempt V.
Render README.md and hyperlink it from the footer

Greetings!

I found it slightly nontrivial to figure out where the README lives at,
so I tweaked Jekyll to render it.  I hyperlinked the "README.md" text
found in each page's footer to this rendered copy.  I'm not a fan of
adding a Jekyll plugin to simply render a Markdown file without front
matter, but it does the trick.

Another alternative to using the jekyll-optional-front-matter plugin
is to simply add front-matter to the top of the README.md.  We could
try this, but I imagine at least one of Sourcehut, GitLab, or GitHub
will render the front-matter as a superfluous paragraph.  Additionally
Markdown is simply plain text, and can be read as such, so I don't
think it would be best to add line noise to the beginning of the
README.md.

Happy bike shedding!
winny

Signed-off-by: Tom Ryder <tom@sanctum.geek.nz>
Make local copy of CC-BY-SA badge

This makes the whole site self-hosted as far as I can tell, with no
cross-domain requests.

Attempts for successful build: III
Merge branch 'tejr/update-bootstrap'

* tejr/update-bootstrap:
  Restore previous styles for menu, adapt to navbar
  Move script loading into HEAD
  Adjust indentation of navigation template
  Add active page class
  Switch to the Bootstrap navbar
  Add missing classes to navigation elements
  Update Bootswatch theme with local fonts
  Update Bootstrap to v4.5.2
Restore previous styles for menu, adapt to navbar
Move script loading into HEAD
Adjust indentation of navigation template
Add active page class
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