Installing Ghost on FreeBSD did take some effort, primarily because
npm didn't detect
sqlite3 on my system unless I ran:
npm install sqlite3 --sqlite=/usr/local
To install Node's SQLite module, and that is after I installed
gcc on FreeBSD (although it may work without GCC).
But it was completely worth it.
After using Pelican for a year, I figured out that these 'static site generators' just weren't for me. Not to offend people who actually like them, but I wanted something more than just a site generator, but not something that's too bloated unlike WordPress.
Well, meet Ghost: it's simple, modern, and fast. It's not too bare, but not too bloated either. I think Ghost is the best CMS I have ever used (unless I find something better). I can't tell you how good it is (although this is just my opinion).
And that's it for today.