When using Jekyl for Github pages, it may take a very long time before the posting becomes visible - tens of minutes or more. When using any of a variety of static frameworks and uploading the resulting html output directly via git, any changes are reflected in under a minute.
Wednesday 15th September 2021 08:15 GMT Dan 55
It seems to be a rather sad state of affairs when working software which hasn't received an update in nine months is considered in danger of becoming obsolete. There's a lot to be said for simple programs which are more-or-less 'done' and aren't constantly changing or pulling the rug out from under your feet with every update.
Wednesday 15th September 2021 12:49 GMT Anonymous Coward
"White also said that Jekyll has no community around it, such as a Discord chat room or public roadmap. There is a Jekyll website, but the community engagement seems reserved for the GitHub repository where users can post issues or raise questions for discussion."
What a whiny git! (ahem)
Whodathunkit that a piece of software mostly used for creating webpages on Github would have most of its community discussion through a perfectly functional issue tracker (and on GitHub), duh? Well, forgive me for not being the slightest bit surprised. Is this guy a moany eejit or what?