Bear with me, this is a bit of a perversion of forum software to use it more as a CMS.
I want to create an active community. You need to write a lot for that to happen. I do write a lot, but my style is to create a highly connected graph of small thoughts (aka digital garden, aka zettelkasten).
My ideal workflow is that I have lots of .md files which link to each other.
I want to publish those to nodebb, as top post on a thread. @phenomlab you already use nodebb instead of a blog, after trying software that was custom-build for blogs (ghost) and not finding it better than nodebb posts! This is very similar, but I want to publish/update lots of posts at once.
Ideal workflow: I have lots of md files on my local machine. I update them as I like. When I’m ready, I do a
git push or similar, and all content appears/gets updated on nodebb.
This is a perversion: using forum software as a CMS.
My question is: is this doable? Worth doing? Would I bump into issues in the future if I do this?