Serge Renfer and I met in Geneva on november 18 for our Static Apps Show and Tell meetup. For those interested, here is a summary of our discussions.
HarpJS is another option, based on NodeJS. On its official website, Harp is presented as a zero-configuration web server used to serve static assets. Like Jekyll, it is great for dynamically generating static sites but there are important differences in how it works under the hood. Harp Boilerplates are the starting points of your applications: To start a project, customize a boilerplate or use it as a template to initialize your app.