@chris Oh, wait. Looks like it is in fact dynamic. In that case, I might take another look. Been looking for a sort of “pre-made” Laravel CMS, though. Ended up settling for … WordPress. 🙃
@chris Not yet. Mr. McDade’s designs are awesome. His politics … not so much. (I mean, not that it matters, I think. I use M$ products all the time, after all.) But, more importantly, I’m becoming increasingly fond of _dynamic_ sites.
They came and “fixed”—LOL, not—it last week.
@jle One benefit (or burden, it really depends) of Microsub could be the explicit server/client split. (I kind of prefer “integrated” _web_ apps, so I don’t really care for it.) The other is that most clients—there’s maybe three or four of them, but whatever—are also _Micropub_ clients, so you can react to a post (e.g., create a reply on your site [and have it “webmention” the post’s author]) with two clicks or so. @wouter
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