Lately I wanted to start writing more blog posts, but writing them in markdown is not really comfortable nor fast to do:
- I have to be on the computer
- Open an IDE
- Manually create a file
- Copy the template
- Set the properties
- Then I have to manually create and copy the images to the folder and reference them
- And finally commit and push
I still don’t want to deal with databases, backups, nor use wordpress or anything that will definitely kill my server, and ghost was somehow fine with a sqlite, but still required backups, and doesn’t support plugins, so it cannot support the kind of sponsored content I want to publish, the way I want, and the flexibility I want in terms of page generation. So I want to still keep using my landinger (compatible kotlin-based jekyll) approach.
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