#pelican Articles


Pelican plugin updates

One of the advantages of our recent pivot to gitlab is that I'm spending some time looking at existing repositories and doing some updates. Most of my repos are private and hosted on our private gitlab server. For public code, I generally place it on GitHub. With the recent automation …

pre-commit and Pelican

Putting pre-commit to use I mentioned in a previous post about pre-commit, a tool for maintaining code consistency through simple management of pre-commit checks. The first place I decided to give this a whirl was on my blog sites. As you may be aware, I moved my blog sites (both …

Update to nginx_alias_map

I've been doing a bunch of maintenance on my two blogs (company and personal) and one purpose has been to track down malformed and mis-mapped URLs on the site. Since both have been through changes in the underlying blog engine a couple of times, there are multiple sets of URLs …

Pelican plugin for NGINX redirection

When I set out to move Gaige's Pages to a static web generator, chronicled in Gaige's Pages moves to static generation, I stated one of the reasons that I favored Pelican was because it is written in python, which is a language that I'm intimately familiar with. Not surprisingly, that …