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Sadly, I think it will never work for end users. I myself also don't update my blog very often, partly because writing new posts is still too cumbersome (with Jekyll). I am a developer, but I don't use Markdown and Liquid (or what was the name) on a daily basis, so I still have to look things up when writing.

Now I tend to think that the best way would be to use a random CMS (like Wordpress) and mirror it's output as a static site. That way, the dynamic part the end user uses for creating content could be behind some secure login-wall, and the public site would just be static.

As for comments, I guess they just won't be supported.

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