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[liberationtech] A Static Website Generator fit for Tails

Thejesh GN i at thejeshgn.com
Wed Oct 16 05:08:10 PDT 2013


I have used
http://ikiwiki.info/
http://markdoc.org/
They are good and flexible.

If you want really simple one, try
https://bitbucket.org/obensonne/poole/overview


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On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 4:43 PM, <anon14959 at safe-mail.net> wrote:

> Reading around on mailing lists that are for privacy concerned people I
> discovered a wonderful concept: static web generators. Far nicer than
> Wordpress or Movable Type. The remind me on LaTeX vs Microsoft Word. But I
> notice there is a large list and they are quite alike and quite different
> in many, sometimes subtle, ways.
>
> I would like to cut some corners and cheat a little bit with your help. I
> don't want to learn how to use many. Just one if possible.
>
> I'm fairly fluent in markdown and that's the only way I would do the
> articles. I was ready to think site generator is all I want. But than I
> started thinking why not move from wordpress.com to any site? So blogging
> would be nice. But it's not a must.
>
> I would like to have the system within Tails. And Tails is rightfully
> fussy about messing around with configuration. So far I was checking
> jekyll, because GitHub uses it. It looks quite nice and quite clear. With
> good documentation. But looking on the requirements, one must install ruby,
> not sure if ruby comes in Tails, than a ruby package manager to install all
> libraries needed. Than python for the syntax highlighting. *So it should be
> something simple from a dependency standpoint.* Just unzip the files, give
> it the site source folder and let it make the site files, which I am going
> to sync with the server myself.
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