Jekyll’s workflow means I am pushing out medium quality writing faster, as opposed to trying to perfect every post I do. This is a good and bad thing. The good is that I am writing more, the bad is that I can and will change my posts as my thoughts clear up (whether through introspection or discussion). Normally changing anything outside of an tpyo edit is bad practice, but having a git backend means that nothing is truly lost. What is does mean is that if people reply to a thread, maybe there should be some jekyll-magic that shows what revision a person replied to, just in case major changes happen. I believe all content should be up for discussion, and there is no use separating blog posts from static pages.