Remove Glynn as deployment option #5519

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@neudabei
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Remove Glynn as deployment option since that gem is no longer actively maintained. See notes in readme in repository: https://github.com/dmathieu/glynn and dmathieu/glynn#67

@neudabei neudabei Remove Glynn as deployment option
Remove Glynn as deployment option since that gem is no longer actively maintained. See notes on readme in repository: https://github.com/dmathieu/glynn and dmathieu/glynn#67
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FTP... What a blast from the past! 😉

@neudabei
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😉 Maybe it can be re-considered once the glynn project is maintained again for those who still want to use FTP or rather SFTP with jekyll.

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DirtyF commented Oct 30, 2016

@jekyllbot: merge +site

@jekyllbot jekyllbot merged commit 99d1272 into jekyll:master Oct 30, 2016

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@Phlow
Phlow commented Nov 15, 2016

Damn, that's sad. I use Glynn for small websites on my own webspace. It was so easy to use…

@neudabei
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@Phlow +1, I used it too and was very glad when I found it.

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