There are a lot of things that Github makes easy. One of them is a great way to keep versions of data publicly accessible, trackable, and deployable. Well. Not so much that last one. Automated deployment with Github can be incredibly convoluted, twisted, and perplexing. If you don’t speak high geek, it’s worse. Thankfully there […]
Deploying code with Travis is powerful, but incredibly complicated for a hobbyist.
Deploying from Github to your server, pretty much any server, via Codeship.
Branching the modules into trees works a lot better and solves a long standing wish of mine.
An even simplier, no-go required, deployment for Hugo.
Deploying on Hugo is a lot easier since it runs on my server too.
Deploying your Jekyll site with a command.
Ruminations on the monstrous combination of an installation being managed in a overly complicated way.
It may have taken me a year, but I’ve finally figured out that I was wrong the whole time, and using git to handle deployments isn’t impossible, it’s just different, and it can totally be scripted.