I decided to switch the technology powering this site from WordPress to Jekyll, a static site generator. I don’t post enough to get use out of WordPress’s rich feature set, so it’s not worth the hassle of keeping it up-to-date anymore. I kept the posts that still seem to be getting any traffic and archived the others.
I found these to be helpful resources in the transition:
- Jekyll Quick-start - Get Jekyll up and running.
- Fix homebrew - I had problems with brew after ugrading to El Capitan. Turns out it was permissions issues with my /usr/local directory.
- WordPress to Jekyll Exporter - One-click plugin to export your WordPress content
- Google Analytics setup for Jekyll - I knew there had to be a good strategy for including analytics, and this seems straightforward enough without having to reinvent the wheel.