Chyrp pretty much died (last update in 2016), Chyrp Lite‘s codebase is too different at this point (I have custom feathers, custom image processing and probably a few other things, and I don't remember at all how I did any of it), and having a website with an outdated CMS is a major security hole. I've heard of Jekyll, but hadn't thought much about Static Site Generators until I encountered Erik McClure's website (through a link to Pony Clicker). I saw what he did with his blog, though about what I needed for my blog and eventually decided to migrate to a static website. I had a choice between Jekyll and Hugo. Jekyll required a Ruby environment and had some dependencies, while Hugo was written in Go and was compiled into a single binary. Also SlackBuilds had Hugo and didn't have Jekyll. So Hugo it is.