blog-generator - static blog generator for my blog at https://zupzup.org/

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A static blog generator using a configurable GitHub repository as a data-source. The posts are written in markdown with yml metadata attached to them. This is an example repo for the blog at https://zupzup.org/. The tool can be configured using a config file called bloggen.yml. There is a bloggen.dist.yml in the repository you can use as a template.

https://github.com/zupzup/blog-generator

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