I like simplicity. I also believe that simple things are really beautiful. I recently migrate my blog from Wordpress to Git pages. It gives me ultimate freedom to customize my blog. I am a NodeJS guy and a great fan of Markdown. I choose Ghost for publishing my blog to Git Page. But Git only host the static page. So I use Buster to generate static content from Ghost blog.
I am assuming that you have these following things installed in your machine:
- You are on Ubuntu or *nix machine
- You have git installed on your machine
- NodeJS >4.2.4 and NPM (comes with NodeJS).
- You already familiar with Ghost and know how to setup, configure and run custom installation.
- Have Buster installed on your machine.
Setup Git page
- Create a repository .github.io
- Go to your Ghost root directory on your local machine.
- Run the following command in your terminal to clone your
.github.ioin static directory in your Ghost root directory on local machine.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<your-github-github-username>/<your-github-username>.github.io static
Download Deploy script
To make the deployment process easily with Buster I have already created a deployment script for it.
To download the script run the following command on terminal from your Ghost root directory.
curl -fsOSL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/nmrony/77147308e38776031412/raw/ghost2git && chmod +x ghost2git
git2ghost script in your favorite editor. Find and replace
<your-github-username> with yours.
For more please see the
README of the Gist
Now after publishing a post in your local Ghost blog you can deploy it just running
./ghost2git from your local ghost root directory.