Seems like the “official” way to run multiple instances of ghost is through ghost-cli. I’m going to go with this method since I don’t know if future updates will break the docker installation, or if the docker image is trustworthy since it’s third party and “unofficial”. Using ghost-cli to create multiple instances of ghost is easy enough, and using the docker image seems like it might create extra bloat and overhead and complexity since it uses another external application.
Seems simple enough to edit the config.json file. I assume it still works with the latest digitalocean install but I haven’t tried it yet. I’m going to set up a new site so I’ll give it a try.
I think ghost is a great platform and I’m going to use it for a lot of my future sites and blogs and try to keep learning about it, etc. I think it can also serve as a good framework for any type of website, business, personal site, etc (same as wordpress, but cleaner and faster loading and less bloat).
Love the minimal and ground-up approach and going to keep going with the philosophy
Thanks for the great comments and help in this great community all