In my last post, I stated that within a few days, I would officially generate and publish the website using Hugo. I then proceeded to publish that post using Hugo. Close enough. If I remember correctly, I ended that post listing off a few tasks that I wanted to complete before switching the site (oops). Well… they’re complete now. Here’s how.
While I have loved using Cryogen to create this website for over a year and a half now, I have started the transition to using another static website generator. Specifically, I have been experimenting with Hugo. This post will detail why I am switching, what I have ported over thus far, and what still needs to be completed before generating the official site with hugo.
Well, that was faster than I expected. This past weekend, I wiped the Fedora installation on my main computer, and replaced it with Solus. My Fedora install broke, and I needed to use a Fedora Live CD to fix it. I thought that if I had to use a live CD to fix the issue, I might as well just do a clean install. With the idea of a clean install in my head… I thought (possibly influenced by my recent motivation to play with Go), that I might as well do the clean install with Solus…
After spending most of this month’s dedicated learning time working on system, server, and network activities, I have been itching to start some home programming again. To motivate myself, I even considered dabbling with a new programming language… and with very little internal debate, I decided to just Gopher it (I’m so sorry).