Twitter - Top Producers & Consumers
I’m a big fan of static site generators. I’ve used Jekyll to power numerous websites, including this one. But despite the clear advantages static sites can have over their database-driven, dynamic counterparts, it didn’t take long for me to feel a paradigmatic pain point: if there is no back-end to receive and process forms with user input, how can I add user-generated content? To address that, I built Staticman, a service that receives, processes and transforms content into data files, pushed to a GitHub repository where the rest of your content lives. Staticman creates a pull request whenever an entry is submitted: merge it to accept the submission, or close it to send it away.