Jekyll generates static page websites and it’s written in Ruby, the current language of choice for doneit developers. It can be extended easily, and if you omit hosting, this blog is entirely owned by us, so it gives us more control.
For techies who would like to Blog, we would surely recommend Jekyll, we will recommend it to people who do not know Ruby as well, as you may not need Ruby knowledge to Run Jekyll. May be if you need to customize it a lot, yes at that time you may ned to know Ruby, but mostly no, you may not need programming language knowledge initially.
Almost WYSIWYG editing.
Another nice feature about Jekyll is that you have nice reloading feature, so as you save your blog you can see it in real time. In the image above you can see a doneit guy writing his blog on the left, and his blog is rendered in right. All you need to do is to start your Jekyll server and tell it to render your drafts (if any) and tell it to live reload with this command:
$ jekyll s --drafts --livereload
We would soon have our non tech people blogging here soon. So stay tuned with RSS.