Jason Gullickson wrote in to share his Preposterous Blog:
I’m developing a new open-source blog platform called Preposterous and I did a write-up on building a Preposterous server using a Raspberry Pi. Preposterous is a great fit for the Pi because it doesn’t
require a database server or big application stack, just a basic working Python install and something that can serve static HTML files (the write-up uses Python’s built-in SimpleHTTPServer). I thought the post might be a good fit for the Adafruit blog on #piday.
Indeed it is a good fit, thanks, Jason! Check out preposterousme.com for more!
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