rolisz's site

Dockerizing a static blog

My blog has been compiled using Acrylamid for about a year and a half now. It's been great and I don't regret switching to it from Wordpress. I can write my posts in Markdown, in the command line, my posts are stored in a clear text format in GitHub, my site is way faster now than it was on Wordpress. However, deploying a new post has always been a bit of a pain. It's easy to write from anywhere, all I need is Vim and git, but until now, it was com­pli­cat­ed to publish any new post, or do any changes to the site.

The problem was continue.

Comments are back!

Good news everyone, comments are back!

After taking way too much time, I finally integrated Isso into my blog. It is developed by the same guy who writes Acrylamid, the blog engine I use, so the in­te­gra­tion went very smooth. It uses SQLite for storing the comments and it is hosted on a subdomain. In this way, my blog is still static and super fast, but you still get comments, because they are loaded afterwards with AJAX.

It has quite good in­te­gra­tion with Wordpress and I managed to import all the previous comments.

I'm looking forward to receiving many comments from you :D.