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(Almost) 0 Dependency Websites with OpenBSD & AsciiDoc

Contributed by Peter N. M. Hansteen on from the zero dependencies, Puffy! dept.

Courtney Allen has published a blog post about how to run a website and blog almost exclusively on things that are in the OpenBSD base system already, only adding AsciiDoc to the mix.

The lead in reads,

I have fallen in love with a recent combination of software to make good looking websites, and having an easy to manage web server. I’m a minimalist in many ways. Really, I find that it makes my life easier.

You can read the whole thing here: 0 Dependency Websites with OpenBSD & AsciiDoc.

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