I recently played with Medium, and ended up back using Ghost. I figured I would upgrade Ghost to the latest version, and boy was I surprised.
I wrote a post at the end of 2016 about automatically updating your Ghost install. A lot has seemingly happened in a year.
Ghost version 0.9.0 has just been released, introducing awesome new functionality such as scheduled posting (which I am utilisng to post this :)). This is fantastic news, but I run three different self hosted ghost blogs and I only just updated to 0.8.1.
Whilst updating Ghost isn't
The Double Negative blog (you are reading it..) runs on the Ghost blogging platform.
The decision to use Ghost was a simple one.
It is made by great developers and has been built well.
Installing Ghost on an Ubuntu server is a relatively simple and painless process.
I have done it many times before and us such I was somewhat bemused as to why I was getting a 500 error when accessing my domain.
SQLITE_CANTOPEN unable to open database file
I did some