I finally created my personal website: #emacs #orgmode > #oxhugo > #hugo #staticsites > #cicd on pages.sr.ht using custom domain (still building locally until I hack together an elisp publish script to create the build environment).
If anyone has any suggestions or feedback, I would very much appreciate learning new/better approaches. Repo @ https://git.sr.ht/~shom/shom.dev
I never heard of org format, so cannot really say much on it. However, I would assume there are more options from the more popular format (markdown) to the less popular (org)?
@ghost_letters the org format is part of the emacs ecosystem (org-mode). You're absolutely right there is definitely more native support for markdown within Hugo.
Emacs and org-mode are definitely an investment but it fits well with my workflow. And the ox-hugo exporter generates all the markdown files (one per post) from a single org document.
I followed the fundamentals from this article: https://www.kengrimes.com/ox-hugo-tutorial/
What tools are you using? Thanks for the markdown suggestion.
Hm, okay... For a non-emacs user like me the benefit of using this tool chain in not obvious. The org file is still transpiled to markdown and then (by hugo) to HTML, right?
I use hugo for blogging as well and recently added vitepress into the mix for technical documentation. Both use markdown as input to generate HTML.
@ghost_letters sorry I didn't mean to imply you'd see a benefit from that tool chain, glad your process is working.
Thanks for showing me VitePress, personal documentation that you have on your domain is pretty cool and a great idea!
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