The past week I’ve been busy with a small project of mine that I’ve been planning on getting off the ground since March of last year– Jekyll Themes. Jekyll Themes is a repository for authors to list themes and pre-built templates for the Jekyll static site generator.
While I’ve previously written about how to create a Jekyll website from scratch, a lot of developers or bloggers don’t necessarily want to spend the time designing or creating a website from a blank canvas. Thankfully, there are a lot of great themes out there, but many of theme are spread throughout individual GitHub pages and projects. Hopefully, with Jekyll Themes, the themes scattered across the internet can be consolidated into a single listing where they are tagged by their color scheme, responsive-ness, or other attributes.