In this case the situation was the end of life of Openshift v2, the platform I used to host (for free) the WordPress blog. As I was not yet accepted in the program of Openshift v3 I decided to try an alternative. So I had access to a static hosting and I moved all the content from Wordpress to Jekyll. Jekyll is a static site generator and as I described in a previous post there is nothing bad with that if you use the correct tools.
Until now, I was blogging using Ghost platform over Openshift. I love the way you develop new features over the Ghost platform: Handlebars for the templating, an easy API to get information about the blog and their posts… and you are using the Node.js on the backend so you’re feeling a little bit hipster while you’re using it.