I am new in the list and also new with Asciidoctor (I discovered it 3 months ago).
I know that building a browsable documentation repository is not the final purpose of Asciidoctor. Doing some research, I found a post talking about this topic but I couldn't find any script or application that convert a bunch of asciidoc documents into a website.
So I came up with my own solution . You can check the code here  and read some thoughts here .
I want to share it with you all. Maybe someone finds it useful.
Sure it is not the best way of achieving my goal so I accept any advise you can give me.
By the way, thanks to all creators and contributors of this wonderful project, Asciidoctor.
Keep in mind asciidoctor ecosystem is build on layers. Asciidoctor itself is focused on single-document rendering and leaves to other the fancy stuff like: index generation, multiple file conversion, HTML embedding, styling, etc.
* If you want a quick way to build a documentation repository, Antora is the way to go. Not only does the job mentioned above but enforces some really good practices in how to organise your docs and resources.
thanks for your explanation. It is quite interesting how can be integrated with a git repository. I'll read more about it and I'll try to test it. However, for me, is more than what I need. But I think it could be useful inside a company.
I'm not a blogger but a system administrator. The only that I want is to write down small notes and procedures very quickly. Also, I'm quite happy with my script because I can use as many custom properties as I want and I can display the info in the way that I want. Also, for me is important not to spend too much time installing and configuring stuff. I just wanted an all-in-one script (download, execute and display)
Of course, without having read nor tested other solutions (like Hugo or Antora) maybe I am wasting my time :)
Anyway, I am glad knowing that there are more options and people working in this topic.