tags → jekyll
Jul 12, 2015
Octopress is “an obsessively designed toolkit for writing and deploying Jekyll blogs.” A blog post earlier this year by author Brandon Mathis described frustrations with Octopress 2, along with plans for Octopress 3. I didn’t use Octopress before, so I can’t tell you anything about how much better or worse the newest Octopress is. This release feels like a straightforward and useful extension to Jekyll. Apparently the older releases did not.
Oct 21, 2014An experiment with using Org mode to write Jekyll blog posts. HUGOMORE42 Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 Organize Directories 3 Front Matter 4 Configure HTML Export 5 Publishing A Post 6 Followup Introduction Much of what I've read about Org mode has focused on its utility as a task management tool. That's great. I wouldn't mind spending some time on that aspect. Mostly I've been focused on its usefulness for note-taking and writing.