GitHub Page for Website

Since the new site is generated from static code, there is now an easy way to catch all my spelling and grammatical errors: GitHub! If you are into that sort of thing, the repository for the site can be found at https://github.com/BrianKoberlein/blog. So now you can make pull requests if you see an error.

I don’t know how much it will be used, but it is an option now.

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Awesome! How hard was it to set this up at GitHub? And do new blog posts get added automatically?

Not too hard once the site itself was up and running. And yes, when I write a post it gets pushed to github, and that triggers Netlify to render the whole site in about half a second. It’s a very slick way to do static sites.

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I hate having to navigate through this site. I love your posts Brian, but hate the format. Suggest you
consider using the KISS formula and make things simpler…I don’t care about ‘views’ ‘Activity’ sections…Just my opinion, for what it’s worth

You mean the forum? That’s just an off the shelf forum app. The website itself is going to be more streamlined soon.

Thank you…look forward to the changes coming