@eliothill Oh yes, only going to end soon. Hey ho.
@phl Ha, yes, maybe, thanks. I wonder if any of the students know about that…
@tomp Maybe if there was a second week, but trying to cover HTML, CSS and JS in four days is quite a push as it is.
@yoz Yeah, npm so isn't happening.
@tomp Apart from understanding git.
@edwardhorsford Oh, interesting, thanks!
@hotdogsladies Yeah! You have to Tumblr to get these things out of your head.
Lots of suggestions for a public Dropbox folder. Or Amazon S3 (a bit complicated to me…). Or nearlyfreespeech.net Thanks folks.
@holgate Oh, interesting, ta.
@futuraprime Yeah, that would be a good proper solution, thanks… but I’m only here temporarily so a bit much for me to manage I think.
@mikeecb Really… they’ve had to take in *so* *much* *stuff* already. Explaining git, and what can go wrong… way too much.
I think this is symptomatic of how complicated making a really simple website is these days. “Just learn git [as well as EVERYTHING ELSE]!”
@jonty That’s like cvs isn’t it?
@futuraprime And I’d need to explain git.
@jonty Now I need to explain git…
Any thoughts on simplest, cheapest way for students to put their static html pages online? I can only think of using, eg, godaddy hosting.