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A system for provisioning blogs managed by Pelican.

Project description

This package creates a working environment for a static blog that is generated by Pelican.

Installation

mkvirtualenv pelican-provisioner
pip install pelican-provisioner

Create a blog

workon pelican-provisioner
new-blog.sh ~/Work/my-blog

Using the blog

workon my-blog
cd ~/Work/my-blog
make regenerate # to develop locally
make serve # to test it locally at http://localhost:8000
make deploy # to make the changes public

Rationale

  • I want a blog that is rock-solid.
  • When I sit down to do some writing, I don’t want to spend any time on maintenance.
  • I want to leave the blog alone, come back to it after 1 year, I expect everything to work.
  • I want to install this from scratch without depending upon online packages.
  • I don’t want future work to be contingent upon the any third party.

To meet these goals, I am bundling everything; this is a self-contained static blog generator without any external dependencies. I can create any number of blogs, which are managed as independent packages, and I can generally count upon them to keep working.

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