Because MkDocs builds with python, that opens up a whole universe of tools at your disposal. The python markdown extensions are a prime example.
However, basically none of the regular jekyll plugins work with mkdocs, it’s a whole universe to its own w Python.
I don’t even know… but it seems pretty dope.
Just sayin’… keybase has 250 gigs of free storage you can use to host a website…
you could build gem based sites locally, and keybase will automatically sync the data.