1. 19 Jun, 2019 1 commit
    • Jamie Tanna's avatar
      Set publish dates correctly for historical posts · 137853a6
      Jamie Tanna authored
      As a follow-up to 3177ae3f, let's actually set these dates correctly.
      
      We can pick these up from the Git commit dates, and makes it more
      representative of the actual datetime that these posts were published.
      
      Unfortunately there are a number of posts that were published on the
      wrong day, so instead of updating them (and adding an alias to prevent
      permalink breakage) we'll just leave them as-is.
      
      Closes #531.
      137853a6
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