It's time to dust off this blog and give it move love! As a first step I revamped the infrastructure behind it to get more comfortable with editing and deploying the blog.
Previously, the blog was built with Jekyll, hosted in Google Cloud Storage Bucket and served with Cloudflare CDN. It had the benefit of fast load times and simple https certificate management, but the deployment process was far from ideal and involved manual rebuild and synchronization of folders to the cloud bucket.
Since I've relocated most of my git repos to Sourcehut, I decided to try sourcehut pages for hosting. This turned out to be extremely easy to set up thanks to an excellent guide in Zola documentation.
Overall, I'm quite happy with the new solution. It's easier and faster to deploy and also looks simpler from development perspective as I don't need to worry about version of Ruby and various plugins necessary in Jekyll.