Jordon Bedwell

I do it wrong so you can learn a new way to do it right.

Systems and Programming

Jekyll, Docker, Docker-Compose, and Git Deployment

So, lets assume you’ve your own server and you’ve all the extra capacity in the world to host your site (not that you’ll really need much.) You’ve got Docker installed, you’ve got Docker-Compose installed and now you’re ready to go and start deploying your site with Docker.

Removing Nginx from Jekyll Docker, and other updates

Today Jekyll Docker removed Nginx from the image entirely. In the past it existed solely to make it easy for GitHub Pages users to get almost GitHub pages like behavior, however, in 3.0 we merged updates to serve that did that directly inside of our WEBRick instance so it really isn’t necessary anymore, and users who still need it can always wait until next week when I work on the super image to update, this will give you some nice new stuff meant for people who want a one-stop shop for Jekyll on their servers.