I've been looking hard for a modern static website generator for a knowledgebase, where I can write and organise webpages (not just time-sorted blog entries) in markdown, with support for pandoc-style academic references (citeproc) and usable themes. Any leads?
@yaxu Hugo is markdown based and even seems to support Pandoc see this documentation page: https://gohugo.io/content-management/formats/#list-of-content-formats
@carl @drlabman @raa Thanks it does seem Hugo is the one. The pandoc support doesn't allow you to pass the flag to switch citeproc yet, but I submitted a PR for that and found a nice docker image that includes a workaround for custom pandoc params, so have everything building from a github action. Really happy with this!
@yaxu I’ve been enjoying Jekyll and it looks like there are pandoc/citeproc extensions readily available.
@yaxu hugo is quite applicable in the sense that it lets you define your own taxonomies and write your own templates for various filetypes. However the core templates (single entry + list page) remain geared towards blogging.
@yaxu if it is a personal knowledgebase you could consider zim desktop wiki as well as it can generate static pages!
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