Jeklog - CMS to create blogs on GitHub pages


#1

Hello everyone,

My name is Ranvir Singh and I am a student from India. I am done GSoC-2017 with the AboutCode organisation. I made a side project using Jekyll-Now theme which is used to provide WordPress like easy customizations to the people who want to make a Jekyll blog and host it using GitHub Pages. The website link is http://jeklog.com

The site is converted form of my GH project.

It would be great if you can tell me how is the idea anyway and how can I increase awareness of it. I have started writing posts related to the project to increase the traffic.

For getting started post please refer to the following post: http://blog.jeklog.com/how-to-create-a-free-blog-using-github-pages-and-jekyll-with-jeklog/


#2

Love this idea. How do you plan to distinguish your project from CloudCannon and Forestry?


#3

Thank you for the reply,

Well, to be quite honest I had never come across any of those two websites. I just wanted to make the hard thing of creating blogs on GitHub Pages easier. I searched CloudCannon website. My first impression tells that they don’t provide such mechanism.

I was not able to find the other website on Google. Atleast not on the first page.


#4



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I think it is rally good to have a choice. So keep up the good work. However, I was wondering how you want to differentiate your project from the existing ones.


#5

Great to know about all of them. Now I can use them as a guide and see what options they are providing.

If you have any idea on how can I differentiate from existing systems, I would be delighted to work on it.