Hugo has gone public so to say. At least this is the case in Denmark, where Viborg Municipality has launched a subsite built on Hugo.
The subsite serves 1589 minutes (summaries from committees in the municipality) containing a total of almost 45.000 pdf documents. Total amount of data involved: 32GB, which were extracted from Lotus Notes.
You can read more about the project and the process in this case-story (in english).
As the article says, the folks at the municipality seem satisfied with the result. This confirms IMHO once again, that Hugo is not only for blogs. Hugo is just as much for big sites, and it’s more than ready to go big in every meaning of the word.
In Viborg Hugo now powers a part of a public administration site, which is otherwise served by Sitecore (Microsoft). So why not somewhere else? And why necessarily just as a part of?
I’d really love to hear about other cases, where Hugo has climbed up the ladder. Isn’t it born for that?