Well, Klompen has now replaced Wordpress for my blog; even though I've still got a few little bugs to work out of it and a not inconsiderable list of things that need adding.
An extreme solution to the spam comments I was getting fed up of, sure; but with it comes a little extra security (No active content on the server), lower server load (Which is handy if one has resource constraints on the server.), and easier cacheing.
There's still a long way to go, to make it anything near a 'drop-in' replacement for Wordpress, or even to make it slightly friendlier to users. (I'm fairly happy with it as it is, the ugly code aside; but we all know I'm not normal. :)
I just noticed that strftime thinks that today (2011-11-21T12:14:28+00:00) is a Sunday. That's... not right.
Things that still need to be done.
- Author info/contact pages
- RSS feed
Would be nice:
- Only re-generate changed posts, rather than all of them.
- Emacs integration (A mode to fill out things like the date automagically, enable Markdown hilighting, output regeneration, uploading, etc.)
- Wordpress import (Wordpress exports an XML file containing all the posts, tags, comments, etc. that we could pick apart for this.) that could fill out the config, source posts, etc.