Albert finally has a website

Until recently the information relevant to the user was cluttered over several places. For a motivation there was a small landing page on github-pages, the github repository had a, which basically served the same purpose, to get help the user had to go to the wiki and for news… well there was nothing. Finally there is now a place where everything gets merged to a single website: The project website

Using Jekyll and a handcrafted theme based on the Milligram CSS framework the static website offers a nice reading experience and is still somewhat maintainable for a lazy c++ guy. The docs are dynamically generated from markdown sources and allow Github users to send pull request for modifications, e.g. typos. News post are dynamically generated too and even build a RSS news feed to allow interested users to subscribe and be up to date.