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Other People Using lazyblorg for Blogging

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I wrote lazyblorg in order to get the blogging software I wanted to use myself. Therefore, I optimized it for minimal effort for a posting and being embedded into my Org-Mode setup.

Of course, I published lazyblorg on GitHub so that other people could use it as well. The second reason for publishing lazyblorg for others was that I was forced not to deliver an ugly works-on-my-machine hack.

On the other hand side, lazyblorg is not as clean as it could be. There was some learning on the way so that I would implement some things differently. So far I did not invest the time for huge refactoring. For example, the Org-mode parser is a dirty parser and some replacement functions are scattered around the code at different stages of the blog generating process without a clean concept I could defend.

However, lazyblorg works and delivers great value for me. To my astonishment, lazyblorg also seems to be a good blogging solution for other people. Meanwhile, lazyblorg on GitHub got 99 stars, 13 people are watching the project, and 14 forks were created. I also got four pull requests with fixes and new features which is absolutely awesome to me.

My dear brother Andreas adopted lazyblorg for his web page. Today, I found the web page of yqrashawn in Beijing, China. So I got the pleasure to see an awesome blog entry in chinese letters I can not even possibly read.

If you are using lazyblorg, please drop me a line so that I can link your web page on my lazyblorg tag page.

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