Any recommendations for the best static site hosting? Free to really cheap suggestions welcome.
I don’t use github, and I don’t care much for gitlab, so I’d like to avoid those.
@danarel Probably check out NearlyFreeSpeech. They are barebones (no/very little hand holding) but also inexpensive. Data storage costs can get you though.
@danarel @sir mentioned that Sourcehut Pages are in the pipeline for https://sourcehut.org (See: https://lists.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss/%3CDFDDE491-5A75-4DF7-8F64-A5E4FD8BDC4C%40icloud.com%3E).
It may be worth keeping in mind for when it comes out (afaik there is no planned release date as of yet).
@switchingsoftware @danarel @codeberg the problem that I have and didn't find solution (not to much time searching) is one that can be shared. I mean in a raspberry will be the static site for a collective. how to make for different people to publish and not to use privative software. Does anybody know?
@danarel not anything in particular, but this question was recently asked on Lobste.rs:
Hopefully this helps!
@freddyym ah, this is for choosing a generator. I use Jekyll already, I am just researching more hosting options.
@freddyym Neither offering I don't think. Just repos.
I am currently using Netlify. I also tried Zeit.
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