Wondering how to host and serve lots of old HTML files when I move most of this site to Django.
On the “efficient” teaching and disciplinary methods used in some London secondary schools. Sounds grim.
@paulrobertlloyd Thanks Paul, good to know that works!
@dracos I just noticed that looking through the Issues. Sounds promising, thank you :) I will have a poke when I next get the time…
@dracos Oh, interesting… I’m using Whitenoise for the static assets, hadn’t noticed I could add other files. Think it’d be OK serving HTML?
@infovore Maybe I’ll just delete it all and write any new blogs on Medium ha ha
@infovore I’m not sure that’d work.
@infovore Yeah that does seem best. I was just relieved with my recent decision that paying for Heroku is better than administering a server :(
I’m guessing correct answer is Option 5, but I really don’t want to set up servers any more. I’m hoping there’s an easier & better Option 6.
Does anyone Django-y have any thoughts on how best to combine a load of legacy HTML files with a Django site…? gyford.com/phil/writing/2…
It might not be a false alarm! FreeAgent forgot to update the only place in the UI that this change was apparent to anyone using it.
@freeagent The interface still says a level 8 Accountant can delete all data…
Partially false alarm! If you want your accountant to add Journal Entries, or file VAT returns, they can still also delete ALL your data.
Finally! community.freeagent.com/freeagent/topi… (After 7 years of complaints, your accountant no longer has permission to delete all your FreeAgent data.)