Future Meeting Topic Proposal
Hugo is a static website builder app. Caddy is a new web server app that uses HTTPS by default and has ties to Let’s Encrypt built right into it. Both are implemented using the Go programming language. Caddy includes a Hugo plugin that allows one to build and update elegant static websites easily. I built my consulting service website using the combination: https://broadcasttool.com/. I’d love to present the things I’ve learned about both Hugo and Caddy, and maybe learn from others about static websites.
This definitely falls into the non-Linux category of topics, so I’m happy to drop the proposal unless there’s interest in hearing about it.
If deemed too far removed from Linux, you could always talk about it at the laxdevtech weekly meet up?
We have already had a presentation on gh-pages and Jekyll, so this topic would tie in nicely.
Notes from that talk can be found here .