One of the great features that come with Interrupt is the fact that there are different authors that share their experiences along a diverse set of embedded topics. I think that to write an article, the embedded developer should clone an instance of interrupt blog and set up a jekyll local server. This imply to install all required packages on local machine but wouldn't be great if we can have a way to support a dockerize interrupt version so that embedded developers, if they already have docker installed, can take advantage of this and start creating their article drafts over the container?
For that I've created a draft PR that contain the changes to be made on repo in order to build an interrupt docker image and write the drafts article over the container.
It would be great to read your feedback on this.