@jsonbecker it’s the closest thing out there. @manton has done a fantastic job. I like having a dynamic site, powered by a queryable data store, and I would love for there to be a self-hosted, open source option that acts as a feed aggregator, Fediverse server, and ATProto server.
@cleverdevil I’m the reverse largely. Went static site a decade ago and cannot imagine going back for a personal website. Hugo’s data-driven pages are close enough if you really need to go there. But the need for any infrastructure past nginx or Caddy feels nuts to me.
@jsonbecker yeah, I do lots of crazy stuff with my site, admittedly. For the majority of people static is great. If I did build something today, I’d likely store content as individual JSON files in a directory in either JF2 or mf2json and then make a query interface using Apache Drill or the like.
haha you and me both. I was just thinking about this the other day
Aaron Parecki, May 20 2023 on aaronparecki.com