You might want to consider replacing the chum bucket ads with something actually interesting to your userbase. Promo-coded vultr links or something.
I’m not even sure where those ads are coming from. I assume it’s something from disqus. I certainly didn’t intend to have any ads on my blog.
The new site looks good. But when I try https://www.cider.mx, I get a certificate warning.
Thanks for spotting this. Seems it’s related to how GitHub deals with certificates - https://github.community/t5/GitHub-Pages/Does-GitHub-Pages-Support-HTTPS-for-www-and-subdomains/td-p/7116 I’ll see what I can do about it, but from what I read the only real solution would be to host the landing page somewhere else. If someone has any tips I’d appreciated those!
Would one recommend using Antora with a single repo AsciiDoc documentation? Are there any live servers for AsciiDoc, so authors can quickly see results of their work locally?
Yeah, Antora is great for single repo AsciiDoc documentation. You don’t really need any live servers as it generates a static website that you can easily preview locally.