After several years of happily administring my personal pages with the mediawiki software on my old website and less happily paying the ever-increasing hosting fees, I thought of migrating to the github pages. Those payments for hosting fees are much better spent if I donate them to the Wikimedia Foundation, and their exciting recent initiative the wikitribune.
After looking around for a while, I finally chose the beautiful Uno theme, made by Josh Gerdes, and here we are, testing the new website with the first post. Check out the Jekyll docs for more info on how to get the most out of Jekyll. It turns to be very easy to set up a beautiful multi-page website, once you get hold of a few basic rules. Shout out to all the open-source community and their wonderful collective achievements.