Jade Dominguez is clever to have written Ruhoh.
But from the name, I can't help but think of Scooby-Doo.

First experiences: it looks simpler than it is. Preview mode will let you navigate pages that won't compile, without warning. It has some simple expectations (all posts must have a date) enforced by crashing a compile when the expectation is not met.

So it's in some ways closer to a blogging environment where commands must be issued to prepare page templates; but the pages themselves are pretty easy to put together. The comments I've seen about static site generators being a little more technical appear to be borne out by my first experience trying to compile the site to pages.

Update: I was unable to get Ruhoh to update (broken Ruby dependencies on Mac) and have pivoted to the Python site generator Pelican.