You can output a static site in any format you want with Hugo: https://gohugo.io/templates/output-formats/
Here's a txt version of my blog: https://phse.net/post/index.txt
One of the weird parts of considering physical products as a person who makes things, is that everything made is actually already "trash".
Consumers have never been asked to consider waste seriously because waste automatic and hidden. Companies are not expected to consider waste as part of the things they make.
I decided to write a simple bash script for deploying my blog, using rsync.
Until this point, I had been using a git remote which has a post-receive hook that built the contents on my vps and copied them to the appropriate directory. I changed this because I realized it's not important for my server to contain a repo with the entire history of my blog – just the build of the most recent version.
What's your preferred content structure (for a static site)?
A (More flat, global image path)
B (More bundled, relative paths)
│ ├── image-1.jpg
│ ├── image-2.jpg
│ └── index.md
│ ├── image-3.jpg
│ └── index.md
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