Subject: Today is the second Monday in November and this is the second issue of the (inofficial) Hugo Newsletter.

Good day, |FNAME|!

Welcome to the November edition of The (unofficial) Hugo Newsletter on this beautiful and sunny first Monday this month.

In our second edition of news from the Hugoverse, and once again we bring you information about Hugo's new versions and Tipps and Tricks for your daily work with Hugo.

Now is by the way also the month that we will remember because the Hugo repository on Github now has more stars than the Jekyll repository. Congratulations to all developers and contributors but especially to @bep! 🎉🎉🎉

But enough celebrations! Let's dive in!

Patrick

PS: If you have critique, content, opinions, directions, issues, anguish of any kind, please read until the end. There are ways you can participate and make this newsletter the betterest.

Hugo Releases

A list of recent releases with links to release notes and the github collection of issues/pull requests for this release.

How-Tos and Tipps&Tricks

A link list of articles about Hugo, How to's, guides, and so one.

New Hugo Websites

If you have a new website that is built with Hugo, feel free to submit it for our next issue.

Cat pic

And here is a cat picture. This cat is excited to start into the new work week on this auspicious Monday morning. Because it's Monday. The _*(unofficial)*_ Hugo Newsletter is published as always on the first Monday each month and this issue just got published... so it must be Monday... 

And here is a cat picture. This cat is excited to start into the new work week on this auspicious Monday morning. Because it's Monday. The _*(unofficial)*_ Hugo Newsletter is published as always on the first Monday each month and this issue just got published... so it must be Monday... 
Photo by Sereja Ris on Unsplash

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