Hugo Blog Deployment

Hugo does a great job of separating out configuration, content, themes, and local overrides. Each getting their own file or directory. But it provides no deployment scripts.

For comparison, Octopress/Jekyll leaves it as an exercise for the developer to separate configuration, content, themes, and local overrides, but it provides a deployment script.

Using GitHub pages and a little bit of git wizardry and the deployment process is pretty easy.

New Hugo Blog

For those of you actually monitoring my site you will have noticed that I have not updated the site in quite some time. The reason is that I was unable to get OctoPress (my previous blog generator) to work on my upgraded computer.

I have switched to Hugo as my blog software and plan to start migrating the pages from the old blog. Please bear with me, and sorry if it screws up your RSS feeds.