Hello! I have a project to write documentation for a open-source graphical software and make it available online for everyone in a easy wiki-like, well organized and collaborative experience.
As I was already familiar with Obsidian and thought it could be perfect for doing that, but Obsidian Publish is too expensive for a project I won’t get any money back. So I searched the alternative solution of using github + cloudflare +jekyll and it seems to be working: https://inkscape-manual.pages.dev/
The problem so far has been dealing with jekyll and it’s incompatibility with obsidian special markdown format. I have to use HTML to insert images and there’s no callouts, for example (something really useful for writing documentation)
So, is there a better alternative*? Or a way to better understand/tweak jekyll? The documentation I’ve read so far is very technical and even though I can get away with some technical stuff, I’m not a programmer.
*I’m open to suggestions outside obsidian.