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Is the code of your website available somewhere?
Not actually! I will publish it some day, but for now it is too unstable to make it public. For me it works, but...
Jekyll is the most comfortable static site-generator available. Sure, there are awesome alternatives written in Go or Python, but what I learned in the past, Web-Developers are addicted to Ruby (Jekyll, Rails etc.) and they really know what is needed to create nice and powerful websites. So, I trust the "Web-Nerds"... And writing Ruby code is not that hard.