SoIwentafterbloggingengines.IfyouaskmewhyIdidn'tscaffolditwithRailsI'mgonnablowyourhead.MyrequirementswerethatitneededtobeeasytostylesoIcouldmakeitlookpretty,thatitwasfilesystembasedsoIcouldmanageitwithgit,andthatitwasmarkdown.[TheRubyToolbox](https://www.ruby-toolbox.com/) has listed a bunch of Ruby engines in it's [Blog Engine](https://www.ruby-toolbox.com/categories/Blog_Engines), no wonder! And couldn't find much more than that at the webz.
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Rollin is a Ruby blog library. It is filesystem based and currently supports Markdown. Currently it will render your articles and provides archiving.
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Since it is meant to be used in a blogging domain it is not optimized with caching. You should implement cache in the infrastructure layer, what shouldn't be hard in a mostly static environment. I use the awesome Varnish, which also allows me to have several domains pointing to different applications running on the same server.
For the future it would be nice to have it working with any markup languages. Also having the ability to setup other sources like a another git repository, google docs account, or dropbox could make it appealing for some people.