Looks like jumanji.io/blog may have been down merely because of a change in gitlab's IP address (meaning my A record was pointing into the void!)
The next big change for the site (via the gatsby-source-pleroma plugin) is that it will dynamically accept and parse each post node as the format in which it was posted.
At the moment, the way that each post is rendered on jumanji.io/blog (again, via the gatsby-source pleroma plugin) is that it actually reads the HTML version of this post and feeds it into a `dangerouslyInnerSet...` tag to render it. Rendering straight up plain text is actually more of a pain given that the rudimentary html markup makes for good hooks for anything I need to parse out.
Now, with markdown and proper html, the only change I need to make is to support markdown. I'm really excited about this because markdown is a much more friendly format for making posts and will allow me to actually make more fleshed-out posts, whether or not they're actually longer. Since remark support is already really tight with gatsby, it will be easy. It's just a matter of reading the right key to identify the markup type of any given post. That level of flexibility is cool.