[Tor www-team] [Back-end][CMS]
nancy at laughingmaus.com
Sat Jan 11 08:27:13 UTC 2014
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I think you have made a good point, and one that really underscores
the beauty of Jekyll. Content creators don't have to know any html,
they write markdown in a text file with a bit of frontmatter at the
top of the page to set-up tags / categories and the like. And, I'm
guessing that people who are interested in becoming content creators
for a technical project like Tor are pretty likely to be good with
frontmatter and be happy to work in a text editor.
I know I would be. +1 for Jekyll
with kind regards,
On 01/10/2014 04:10 PM, Sean Rafferty wrote:
> I am currently working on a drupal project and agree that drupal is
> far too big and complex for the requirements laid out for tor.
> Something like jekyll seems much leaner and simpler.
> As a developer, I agree that writing straight html would be nice.
> But there are a lot of content writers in the world that just don’t
> know it well enough.
> On Jan 10, 2014, at 7:27 AM, Silviu Riley <silviu.riley at gmail.com
> <mailto:silviu.riley at gmail.com>> wrote:
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