** This post is work in progress **
Some time ago I started playing around with ststic website generators. I was looking for a website generator that uses a programming language that I wanted tlo use / learn. Therefore I ended up working with METALSMITH. But time passed on, and I realized I was spending more time with the generation process than with writing stuff for the website…
Therefore I changed my criteria and decided to go with the flow and use what all the internet seems to use - and where I would expect a large ecosystem of templates and tools: jekyll.
So here is my stack as it looks today:
- I use github pages
- The static site is generated with jekyll
- I use the TeXt theme, and configured it.
This is what I have done so far & my to do list.