# Phlog Rewrite - Part the Next
I took a page from tomasino's book and changed my phosts to type one. Adding all the requisite RFC1436 fields. So far I have
only bothered to add links to phlogs >= 20180308, since this represents the format change. There are other changes behind the
scenes. I am now using Aspell to stop myself from looking illiterate due to a fat finger. Changing type to 0 and adding the
directory typezero behind the file name will allow the plain-text version. I may auto-link this in the future. I am maintaining
two distinct copies to facilitate quick atom feed generation. The type one copy is what I am considering canonical. The SDF co
py has and shall remain, self referencing. In other words, there is a complete copy on SDF of this phlog, not just a gophermap
pointing to RPoD. This is to assuage my paranoia. Just in case the copy on RPoD's external drive, the copy on RPoJ, and the cop
y on GitLab all vanish, well at least I have the copy on SDF. I think this level of precaution makes a
paper journal seem to have a tenuous chance of remaining in existence.
This will be the last meta phost for a bit. Who wants to read a phlog about making a phlog? In other news, still waiting for my
troff book. I ordered the O'reilly classic Sed & Awk as well. Days later. I expect to see it first. Prime shipping is the sole
reason I haven't been able to make myself drop Amazon. They're evil as hell, but damn are they good at what they do.