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Re: [Orgmode] Is there a good way to use org as blog system?

From: Rick Moynihan
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Is there a good way to use org as blog system?
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 14:10:03 +0000

2009/11/11 Ian Barton <address@hidden>:
> Rick Moynihan wrote:
>> 2009/10/2 Miguel Fernando Cabrera <address@hidden>:
>>> Hi,
>>> You might be interested in Jekkyl, a Ruby program that is a  blog-aware,
>>> static  web sites generator. It basically generates HTML out of tex,haml,
>>> textile files.
>>> check it out: http://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/
>>> Example sites: http://wiki.github.com/mojombo/jekyll/sites
>>> So what does it have to do with Org? well, some guy developed a nice way
>>> of
>>> using the power of Jekky with Org. It uses org as a backed to generate
>>> the
>>> html, he prepoceses it and then generates the site using Jekyll.
>>> You might want to check it out:
>>> http://github.com/Chrononaut/happyblogger
>> This looks like it could be really good, but I can't access the
>> happyblogger repository nor any of Chrononaut's other git repo's on
>> github.  Has the account been deleted or is github just down again?
>> I'm looking for an org-mode based static blogging solution that's more
>> robust than blorg, so I'm hoping this is available somewhere.
>> R.
> My stuff on github is OK, so he may have deleted his account.

Do you or does anyone else know if there is a clone of this repo anywhere?


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