Finally updated the look of the SkookumScript web site! There are still many things to tweak, though I’m happy with how it has turned out so far.
I am using static web pages using a heavily modified Octopress on top of Jekyll. They allow posts with code that look pretty good “out of the box”—and that is kind of a requirement for web pages about a programming language.
I made it all nice and “responsive” to ensure that things should look great on any screen or window size, so feel free to look at the SkookumScript website on the mobile device or strangely shaped window of your choice.
This experience has been a good example of how different languages are better at different specific jobs, and how critically important it is that languages communicate well with one another. SkookumScript communicates especially well with C++, the traditional language of game engines.