I like making things automatic, actually I like creating things just for the fun of learning.
I know there are other ways to blog easier, I know there are other ways to do this. But I like to figure out how to do it by myself. Well, by myself is just a way to say so. I'm of course reading and "googling" around to learn before I can make anything.
What I'm going to try today, and this is the testing post, is:
- I want to write an article in my Laptop
- Save it to my Dropbox folder (Which is synced with my server too)
- My server should then move the MarkDown file to my
_postfolder under Jekyll source and commit the changes to my site.
I'm using incron, to watch for changes in the Dropbox folder, and a script that will move
mv the file to the
_post folder and run
After that, the same scripts/git-hooks that are taking care of my site when I post by email, are the ones working this time too.
If everything goes as expected this post should appear in my blog in some seconds.