Visualize the blog schedule using a terminal.
I wrote a plugin to display future posts during recent Jekyll upgrade. As you can see it is used on the main page, so I will share it with you.
It is not a secret that I am using Gandi Simple Hosting to host sleeplessbeastie’s notes website. This solution is almost maintenance-free and does not require any additional work to use Jekyll, as hosting static content is dead simple (see shell script to automate build and upload process).
I am using Jekyll to generate this website for a half a year and Gandi for an even longer period of time so at the beginning of this year I revisited How to quickly download or upload directory tree over FTP post and created simple but useful shell script to automate build and upload process.
I decided to drop tags and categories during the migration from WordPress to Jekyll, but it was not the best decision as it turned out.