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Netlify is what I always recommend folks do and pair it with a static site generator like Hugo or Eleventy. I run #HomebrewWebsiteClub (https://events.indieweb.org/2021/10/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-P9xE0w648Lqz) as a meetup to get stuck into building your personal website if you're interested ☺

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Reminder that it's #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham tonight! I hope to see you there at 1730 for some website stuff, and maybe playing around with some of the stuff I mentioned at #TechNott! https://events.indieweb.org/2021/04/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-7uyCl6f2j0vV

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Well, tonight at #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham I managed to get my staging site using my new #indieauth server, and aside from a couple of hiccups, it works πŸŽ‰ now I just need to clean up a few bits and add some logging for debugging, then we're good to go 😱

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As December is a pretty busy month, this week's #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham will be the last of the year - so we're going to look back at the year, and try to see some of the good in it. Note that it's on Thursday, not Wednesday!

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Reminder that it's the last #Hacktoberfest themed #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham tomorrow! I hope to see you there at 1730 for some Open Source or website stuff! https://events.indieweb.org/2020/10/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-hacktoberfest-edition--2BrVspWn4jPt

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Not much #Hacktoberfest at tonight's #HomebrewWebsiteClub but I did manage to almost get my auto-configuring #Micropub editor set up so it'll provide me a way to create content for any posts that are supported on my site! This uses q=post-types and works really nicely, from some limited local testing

Screenshot of Jamie's editor, showing a list of post types that are configured on his staging Micropub server Screenshot of Jamie's editor, showing a bookmark editor, which has all the properties listed that are possible for his Micropub server's implementation of bookmarks

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In a scary turn of events, it's already October! But that means it's #Hacktoberfest, which is super exciting - reminder that it's #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham on Wednesday which will be Hacktoberfest themed - I hope to see you there for some Free and Open Source contributing! https://events.indieweb.org/2020/09/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-hacktoberfest-edition--dTrYgmFEBZff

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Reminder that it's #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham tomorrow! I hope to see you there at 1730 for some website stuff - it'll be the last non-#Hacktoberfest themed one until November! https://events.indieweb.org/2020/09/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-4BIUc3geqfW0

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Definitely happy to chat more on Slack / at #HomebrewWebsiteClub if you're able to join, but my recommendation is generally Hugo. Templating / documentation is not the best, especially if you're not used to Go's templating. I moved from Jekyll last year https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/01/04/goodbye-jekyll-hello-hugo/ and have found it a much better experience. It's super quick to build (even for my large multi-purpose site) and has a tonne of stuff built-in to it that makes it fairly batteries included

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