Blog2018 ≫ Considering ditching Jekyll for Metalsmith

Metalsmith is what we use at work for our static sites rather than Jekyll. I'm hoping it has a big speed advantage.

Also it's all in javascript, so should be easier for me to hack on. Now to migrate my billions of pages, and have them still written to the ssame directory structure so I can update the existing static site without losing too much...

Might be a few days downtime while I get distracted with this.

js: Programming language of the web, mostly how I earn a wage.

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