UPDATE - July 5, 2019:
Here’s a static site generator plugin for Kirby 3:
In an effort to reduce my work’s environmental footprint I have recently been trying to incorporate low tech design principles. After reading @bastianallgeier’s recent topic asking for recommendations about carbon neutral hosting providers, I’m happy to see Kirby’s team trying to do what they can to fight climate change.
As my good friend and design researcher Gauthier Roussilhe recently wrote in his article Digital guide to low tech, inspired by Low Tech Magazine’s approach on building low tech websites, “A static page is generated once for 1000 requests, a dynamic page is generated 1000 times for 1000 requests. So a low tech website is necessarily a static site.” I would therefore like to be able to convert a dynamic Kirby website into static pages.
Could anyone help me by sharing some instructions on where this file should be located, which parts should be edited, etc.?