I’ve started using octopress for this blog.
After using middleman for a couple of projects, I prefer to use static site generators whenever possible: They are faster, lend themselves nicely to version control (this one is on github), are managed with plain text, and, in this case, use ruby.
To avoid broken link blues, I’ve set up redirects so the old wordpress permalink urls map to the new subdomain.
.htaccess in my web root.
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It sends to the subdomain all requests coming to
blog/, appending any additional ‘folders’. So http://jesusgollonet.com/blog/2011/08/20/travel/ leads to http://blog.jesusgollonet.com/2011/08/20/travel/.
Comments are always welcome @jesusgollonet