This is an idea that came out after I saw the new plans from postach.io today. I have long wanted to migrate my blog to a simpler platform, and I have checked out static site generators like Jekyll. On the other hand, I want to keep writing and storing my writings in Evernote, because it is easy to locate them afterwards. I thought of a script that could reuse the Evernote structure I had to create for postach.io, but sync my articles locally, convert them to a Markdown dialect supported by Jekyll, and use Jekyll to compile and publish my site anywhere (e.g. GitHub Pages).
I don't have much time to sit down and do this now, but had such a script existed, would you have used it? Please, let me know.
P.S. As for the community uproar that launching the new postach.io plans caused, read the replies to the official announcement.
We just launched a new version, with some billing changes, read about it here - http://t.co/4BqkGdckG0— Postach.io (@postachio) March 6, 2015