[Techtalk] Any MySQL-less CMS Recommendations?

Michelle Murrain michelle at murrain.net
Fri Feb 14 21:04:13 UTC 2014

Check out Jekyll: https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll

Ruby, file-based web site generator. Very cool.


Michelle Murrain
michelle at murrain.net

"The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the
necessary may speak." (Hans Hofmann)

On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 8:50 AM, Terry <tech at futurecourse.com> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> In my continuing saga of moving to a new server, I'm in the process of
> evaluating my websites.  I currently use Drupal, something I learned way
> back when I was working for a charity.  So I continued to use it for my
> personal sites because it was, well, just easier than learning something
> else since I didn't have the time.  But in looking at everything, I use
> almost none of the Drupal features so I'm questioning the need to run and
> maintain it along with running and maintaining MySQL, not to mention using
> up server resources.  It's overkill.
> The only thing hampering my move to just putting the pages up there with
> plain old html/css is that one site is for my significant other, who needs
> a "type it in and press save" solution.
> I've done some googling for the past two days and that hasn't gotten me
> any closer to a decision. Anyone have any recommendations I can do some
> more research on?
> Thanks.
> --
> Terry
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