- Two factor authentication
- Change post permalink after saving
- Set up custom redirects
- Password protect individual posts
- Disqus comments
- HTML customization/theming
- Change favicon
- Manually share posts on publish (currently only allows per-post opt-out of autopost)
- Additional export formats (e.g. JSON)
- Render Markdown sent via email
I've decided to finally move my blog from Jekyll, hosted on GitHub Pages, to Posthaven. None of the existing content will be moved and will continue to reside at the current location. Instead, new posts will be published here, on Posthaven.
Here are the main reasons behind the move to Posthaven:
- Much less time needs to be spent on website maintenance
- Posthaven has a great pledge to keep content and links alive
- Posting by email and web is easier and more flexible than pushing flat files through git
- Posthaven implements tags and archives better than I do in Jekyll
- I can use Posthaven to power other sites
I also intend to increase throughput on the blog and on writing in general.
This website will be a very high throughput blog where I can post miscellaneous thoughts (that are too long for Twitter, too short for the blog, and don't belong anywhere else) and get stable permalinks to share them with.