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How to when a lot of project just use their GitHub page as their homepage (github.com/user/project)?
My script cj.rs/readme-in-static-site/ offers a way to create automatically a standalone page on your website, from your project’s Readme. It helps establishing a GitHub-independent presence with little efforts.
For instance neovide.dev/ is built this way!

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@leowzukw @conservancy @codeberg Sounds neat! And should go well with Site.js (which has built-in Hugo support). sitejs.org

@stethewwolf the script I wrote is for transforming your Readme from GitHub into a markdown document suitable for inclusion in a static website. For instance, you may want to remove a preview from your readme and replace it with an asciicast (more details here: cj.rs/readme-in-static-site/#r). Does it make sense now?

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