On Markdown: I don't like it for self publishing and I tried using it for my resume and decidedly didn't like the formatting. I think it excels for simple note taking and documentation but for making books it sucks. So I ended up using HTML but for the books I am still like DocBook or perhaps TeX or derivative but it is a learning curve. I now truly believe in write -once and format - many
ArchiveBox is a powerful self-hosted internet archiving solution written in Python 3. You feed it URLs of pages you want to archive, and it saves them to disk in a varitety of formats depending on the configuration and the content it detects. ArchiveBox can be installed via Docker (recommended) or pip. It works on macOS, Windows, and Linux/BSD (both armv7 and amd64).
Once installed, URLs can be added via the command line archivebox add or the built-in Web UI archivebox server. It can ingest bookmarks from a service like Pocket/Pinboard, your entire browsing history, RSS feeds, or URLs one at a time.
MkDocs is a fast, simple and downright gorgeous static site generator that's geared towards building project documentation. Documentation source files are written in Markdown, and configured with a single YAML configuration file.