Functionaly, it’s quite limited as I have deliberately tried to avoid over-complicating things. In both design and in terms of Jekyll’s capabilites there is a lot more that you can add to it, but as a basic blog I think it has everything you might need.
In addition, it’s insanely fast. A typical post, without an image comes in with 2 http requests totalling around 4Kb. I don’t think it’s possible to make it much faster or lighter than that, not without starting to sacrifice quite a lot (the css for example).
I’ll probably be adding more stuff, pagination for the archive page for example, but I won’t be adding much. The way I see it, you can add your own bloat faster, and more reliably, than you can take away mine! I’m well aware that my LESS could be improved greatly, but please keep in mind I created this in less than a day.
That said, if something really bugs you please let me know, preferably via the Github repository’s issue reporting system. Thanks.
It couldn’t be easier to get Jekyll Me up and running, just:
To create new posts, simply push a correctly named and formatted (take existing posts as examples) to the posts folder. Github will automagically do its thing.