<html><head><title>Apollia.org</title></head>

<link rel=stylesheet href="css/a.css" type="text/css">

</head>
 <body>

<center><h1>Apollia.org</h1></center>
<p>
<div id="maintext">

<a href="http://astroblahhh.com/" class=ext>Astroblahhh.Com</a> is still my main personal website, since I haven't yet figured out how I want to design and manage Apollia.org.
<p>
<br>
But, this is already the official new home for most of my Git repos:
<p>
<center><big><a href="https://apollia.org/gitlist">https://apollia.org/gitlist</a></big></center>
<p>
<br>
And I might even update Apollia.org itself via at least one Git repo!  I'm currently trying that out to see if I like it, following the instructions here from the shared web host I've been happily using since 2006, <a href="https://dreamhost.com/" class=ext>DreamHost</a>:
<p>
<center><big><a href="https://help.dreamhost.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000684492-Using-Git-for-web-development" class=ext>Using Git for web development</a></big><br>
From <a href="https://help.dreamhost.com/" class=ext>Help.DreamHost.com</a>

<p>
<br>
This website's Git repo is here:
<p>
<center><big><a href="https://apollia.org/gitlist/Apollia.org.git">https://apollia.org/gitlist/Apollia.org.git</a></big>

</div>


</html>