At the moment I'm playing with Jekyll. For a site as simple as this one (structure wise) it would be ideal. And I really like it. The learning curve is really not steep and mastering it would maybe speed up the time to make static sites in the future.

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The missing support for comments and a site wide search is not a big deal for static sites, but as far as I can see I can not mix in a simple php page, which takes away the possibility to build in a simple contact form. The only easy solution I see so far is simpleform but I don't like it.
So for now I have to look what plug ins are needed to solve that problems.


About nine years later I did the switch to a static site generator. Just not Jekyll, but 11ty.