Wurk provides the simplest use case of the Werc framework from cat-v.org. I was mostly interested in figuring out Go's web tools, but had the side goal of producing a very bare bones Markdown engine that could be hacked to my satisfaction.
Each website hosted by Wurk gets its own directory corresponding to its hostname. For instance, example.com is included, but this could be linked to 127.0.0.1:6969 for testing locally.
Website directories contain a pub directory which is a freeform dump of Markdown and regular files. All markdown should end in a .md extension. Directories will naturally create a site heirarchy. A templates directory contains the look and feel of the site in Go's html/template format.