Someone asked a good question in a comment.

How many times do you think you’ll change the back-end structure of your blog over 20 years? 😛

I hope 2020 was the last time I replaced the technical foundation for the blog. Now that I’m using my completely own system, there should also be little danger of me being lured somewhere else. Moreover, the whole effort… ☺️

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@en I thought so too in 2001 when I installed b2. And switched to b2evolution later, and to wordpress later, and to a static bolt site (github.com/bow/volt) and to a jekyll static page site, and to wordpress later. So, yes, it does happen more often than you might think in 20 years.

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