I’ve been messing lately with Hugo and Caddy.
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.