Is this a good way of implementing Blogging Functionality on GitHub Pages?
I'm considering using GitHub Pages to implement a blog and I am kind of in the mood to reinvent the wheel. I've built my website from scratch and I don't want to use Jekyll because it doesn't seem like it can be integrated into an existing website with your own theme (correct me if I'm wrong). I want the following functionalities: Blog with articles but without the need to constantly update the html myself Ability to write in plain text on my computer and have my website parse the data and integrate into the website's html when I push to the git repository A feature on the website which shows a preview of the last three blog posts The ability to search for specific blog posts hosted on my page through google I am considering both a static and dynamic solution. The static solution would be to write a python script that reads my blog in text format and updates the blog page to include this new article by adding more html to the blog html page. The dynamic solution would have my blog page fetch articles from the github repository and integrate them into my blog live. This would also allow for fetching more articles on demand (as the user scrolls down my page for example). Is this ridiculously over complicated or does this make sense to do as a little project? Any opinions would be appreciated!
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