Choosing a theme:
- Looks good
- Uses standard jeckyll features
- ruby/ruby gem/dependencies setup and install works

Choose two

@brianl I know you're probably not looking to add more complexity to your system, but have you considered using docker to deal with the Ruby deps?


@aru thanks, but I just wanted to make some static web sites "easily", I'm not a front-end developer or a ruby developer, so I don't want to invest too much into that process just to enable my hobby and put my content online. I would almost rather go back to hand writing html as an alternative. As it stands I found a template that is -just ok- and will use it since I have it working.

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