I regret having made my homepage with hugo two years ago :( It's already become needlessly complex and doesn't build anymore with the latest version, I should have settled on a more minimal generator and theme.
I'm starting to see why there are so many static site generators out there... none seems to do exactly what I want (and not too much more than that either). Recommendations anyone?
@proycon I like Haunt, but only useful if you're willing to go down a lisp/scheme route (it's in Guile)
@cwebber Lisp isn't really my thing no, I went for "zola" (Rust based) in the end.
@cwebber tempting, but I have a twelve years of history and customisations invested in ikiwiki.
@proycon Keep the generated HTML, start editing it by hand?
I've never been able to memorize Markdown syntax, but HTML is something I've written since 1998.
@michiel Nah, I like writing markdown better than HTML, and I do want the convenience of some templating.
@proycon as a nondeveloper, i picked jekyll over hugo when i was putting together a blog. Seemed simpler. But I've pretty much given up and just use Markdown