I’ve noticed before that the HTML Mason / SQLite web stack I was using to serve these pages is basically a static website generator.

So, I ported it all to Jekyll. It took me about the same amount of time to port all of the old postings as it did to try and fix the increasingly arcane apache / mod_perl / html_mason / … module stack.

Amazing how far things have come in the last 10 years. Quality Markdown parsers! Robust DVCSes: Monotone, Mercurial, Git

The original website I wrote was with WML. Back to static website generation. I guess this means that browsers have gotten better?

Now, to go back and clean up all of the old posts..