GitDoc is another attempt at a tiny content system.
I mostly use it to share research notes with people I'm working with.
You don't actually need to use git with it.
Here's how you can use it to put some content on the internet:
mkdir resume cd resume gitdoc init mate index.md # then edit document rake # preview in browser git init && git commit -m '' heroku add git push heroku master
My two primary goals with GitDoc are simplicity and stability.
Simplicity in the sense that the smallest GitDoc instance contains 4 files:
index.md and once you've filled
index.md (and any other files you create) with your content the signal-to-noise ratio should be pretty high.
Stability in the sense that you should be able to come back to a GitDoc instance 15 months later, type
rake and see the content without too much fiddling with technology.
There are literally hundreds of similar projects to GitDoc. A couple that I like are: