I have a client for whom I am creating a Jekyll product documentation site. The scope of the content is not huge, i.e. tens of documents rather than hundreds or thousands.
Some of their customers are required to run the product on stand-alone servers i.e. not connected to the Internet. So they’ve asked me if they could bundle and send their documentation site (when it’s finished) via USB drive or other media. Ideally it would just run off that media without requiring installation of software on their local computers. I don’t know if this is feasible, or if it is something that anyone does. There are some pretty smart software engineers in the company (although I’m not one of them!) who could definitely do it, if it’s do-able. I am just running it by the community here in case anyone has tried it, or if there is some reason why it could/could not be done.