Posted September 18, 2021 ‐ 1 min read
The biggest friction I find in maintaining a personal website is that I always get distracted in the technical aspects of setting up the website, rather than focusing on writing content for it. So far I find the simplicity of Zola is good enough that hopefully I won't get bogged down by tweaking it again after the initial setup.
I am also hoping to simplify the deployment process so that I do not need to reach out git, terminal, and a local editor on Linux just to do minor edit on the website. Netlify seems to offer a streamlined way of deploying websites with minimal tools. I will try it out and see it will fit my needs on updating the website.