I finally unlazied and moved my blog away from the Google mothership to something simply, fast and statically generated. It’s built on Jekyll, hosted on github. It’s not quite as fancy as the old one, but with some googling I figured out how to add pages for tags and an archive section, and that’s about all that’s really needed.

Comments are gone too, because I couldn’t be bothered, and because everything seems to add Orwellian amounts of trackers. Ping me on IRC, by mail or on twitter instead. The share buttons are also just plain links now without tracking for Twitter (because I’m there) and G+ (because all the cool kernel hackers are there, but I’m not cool enough).

And in case you wonder why I blatter for so long about this change: I need a new blog entry to double check that the generated feeds are still at the right spots for the various planets to pick them up …