Because jekyll generates static html, it doesn’t have a native way to
include comments on a website. It’s possible to have comments by using
something like disqus,
but I was looking for something that I can control myself.
So, yesterday, I’ve switched from wordpress to
jekyll for my weblog. But there was also a second
wordpress site running on my domain. I’ve created that website (school assignment) when I was
doing night school. On the one hand I didn’t want to destroy this wordpress
site, but on the other hand I consider it cumbersome to maintain a website
with wordpress that will not change in the future, because a wordpress site
is only “safe” if you keep everything (wordpress, plugins, …) up to date.
I also didn’t want to change the look of this site. I just wanted to convert
this site to static HTML, without changing the look of the site.
My normal desktop PC
was always on - doing some tasks in the background - but the noisy fan was annoying me.
And because I had a spare ALIX 2D13 lying around that was doing nothing but gathering dust,
I was wondering if I could switch some tasks from my normal PC to this ALIX 2D13 and only switch my normal PC on when needed.