What do you do when you're tired of maintaining your own blog code?
You turn it into a ghost.
Get it? No? Okay.
Until now I had been running flask-blog - my own blog back-end - to bring you all of these glorious shitposts. Though quite frankly, I don't really use my blog often enough to justify spending time maintaining all the back-end code.
Flask-blog was intended as a stepping stone to learn what it's like to work with the Flask web framework (And I love it quite frankly) - But it served its purpose. There were a number of features I never got into finishing or even starting work on, such as:
- Image uploads
- Multi-user support
- Support for something other than SQLite
I'll leave it at that. The code is still available, so if someone is interested in testing around a bit with flask, be my guest. For now I'll be running Ghost, just to save some time.
I moved over all (kinda) important old posts. But you'll have to ignore the places where flask-blog is referenced for now.