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|+## Yet another Ruby blog|
|So I went after blogging engines. If you ask me why I didn't scaffold it with Rails I'm gonna blow your head. My requirements were that it needed to be easy to style so I could make it look pretty, that it was filesystem based so I could manage it with git, and that it was markdown. [The Ruby Toolbox](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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|You can find a more detailed documentation at [github](http://github/com/marano/rollin).|
|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.|