This is a list of websites using soupault. If you are using it, let me know and I'll add your website to the list. Perfect if your site source is available on a code hosting platform or downloadable as an archive, so that people can learn from it by example.
This very site is built with soupault, obviously.
Example of: custom indexer (simple blogs), Lua plugins.
Source on GitHub: github.com/dmbaturin/soupault.neocities.org
The website of soupault's primary author and maintainer.
Example of: external scripts (“news” generated from the git commit log, page revision dates from git history), widget ordering, Lua plugins.
Source on GitHub: github.com/dmbaturin/baturin.org
MousikóFídi is a free and open source, self-hosted online music player. It doesn't need a database and uses as little JS as possible. Its website is built with soupault.
Example of: Markdown preprocessing, CI integration, custom build workflow.
Source on SourceHut: git.sr.ht/~hristoast/mousikofidi/tree/mousikofidi.info.
Website and blog of Hristos N. Triantafillou, the maintainer of MousikóFídi and modding-openmw.com.
Example of: blog, conditional HTML insertion.
Source on SourceHut: git.sr.ht/~hristoast/hristoast.
Website of Samuel Thomas, a computer science student from Cornell University.
Example of: pandoc integration, custom Lua plugins, external index generator.
Source on GitHub: github.com/sgpthomas/personal-website
Website of Thomas Letan, a computer scientist.
Example of: blog, custom build workflow.
Source (self-hosted): code.soap.coffee/writing/lthms.git
Website of Nicolas Paris, a data scientist and bioinformatician.
Source on Frama Git: framagit.org/parisni/parisni.interhop.org
Website of Tyrone, an electrician from New Zealand.