I’ve already did.
I’d stopped updating this blog and had moved to GitLab repo.
I’m sorry for not telling it.
GitHub Pages itself is very nice and I didn’t want to do this.
However I don’t wanna waste my time to choose the hosting tool (like Jekyll, Hugo, etc.) and learn it.
It’s ok for me that I can write a blog with Markdown and the posts are accessable on the Internet.
Then for this time I found it’s very easy to upload a raw Markdown file on a remote repo.
Even when you change your main laptop, you just run
git clone <repo>, write a blog and then
git push, easy right?
When this URL gets invalid?
I’ve just now decided. The end of this year, 2018-12-31.
There are no redirection option and I feel sorry about it.
Goodbye and Thank you, GitHub pages and Hugo! oh, also tyny number of readers!