Multi-site static site generator
It takes pandoc-flavoured markdown files in website directories, and generates websites in html, using Pandoc. With the use of a Pandoc template, it's quite flexible.
It is a *multi-site* static site generator, capable of handling multiple websites in one instance. Perfect for setups with virtual hosts (in nginx, apache etc). It can also generate news sections (with rss feed) and automatically generate sitemaps.
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version git commit id 2f481a2f10b92cff7eccd9fc9e16ed16a0888910
released on 16 July 2021
git clone https://notabug.org/untitled/untitled
5 November 2021
README.md and the bunnies example site.
29 October 2021
free as in freedom
Leaders and contributors
|Leah Rowe (Libreleah)||lead developer and founder|
Resources and communication
|git repository||VCS Repository Webview||https://notabug.org/untitled/untitled|
|Required to use||a web server|
|Required to use||GNU BASH|
|Required to use||Pandoc|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 5 November 2021.
latest commit as of 5 nov 2021
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