Work is still moving forward on Release 1.3.0 of JBH.
There are currently 3 issues that I will need to complete in order to get the release out the door.
These issues are:
1) Add ability to stage to server for future post updates
This feature appears to be functionally complete at this time. I have created a stage command to push a built website up to a seperate staging folder on a server.
One of the things you quickly realize with a static website generator like Jekyll is that there is often no good tools to actually manage your content.
Making a new blog post with Jekyll can be boiled down to 4 steps:
Create a new post file Edit the post content (Re)Build the site Publish the site to a remote server I looked around and didn’t see any obvious tools for managing my actual blog posts so I decided to whip up a small shell script to simplify some of these common activities you do when blogging.
Let’s try this blogging thing again, shall we?
I used to be pretty good about blogging but over the years I let it slip away. I setup a new blog platform a couple years ago but i never actually posted anything.
I guess we will see how this round goes.
Hopefully, I can get into a better habbit this time around and actually stick to it. I know I have plenty of topics I can share with everyone.