Website Ported to Jekyll

I think Octopress is a bit too complex for my needs, so when something broke—again—I took the oportunity to port everything back to good old jekyll. I think I like it.

For simplicity’s sake I just use the default jekyll templates with some minimal changes, and I’ve written a Makefile and a new_post.sh script to manage stuff, and that’s it.

There are no doubt some things that broke in the process, but going through all 700+ blog posts is a bit much to ask, I think. I’ll be doing some grep‘ing to catch the worst, and then hope that’s good enough.

And then the endless design tweaking begins…