So my web hoster is shutting down, and I’m forced to move my pages (once again). This gave me a chance to look at alternatives to wordpress.
Looking around, I liked the idea of Jekyll, a framework which generates a static set of pages from a directory full of markdown files. It works nicely with git and doesn’t require much from the server (since it just generates static pages).
But when I was starting to play with it, I noticed more and more that I wanted my full blown feature-overloaded click and go wordpress interface back. So now I’m back: On a new server, but still using wordpress, albeit with a much simpler looking theme.
…and with a header image generated by a futile attempt at booting Windows.