I am interested in contributing to a blog that utilizes the IPFS protocol for content distribution. To facilitate access to the content for other peers, I have pinned the blog on my local node using the IPFS Desktop app, which runs in the background while I’m using the computer.
The blog, despite being a static site compiled with a static site generator, undergoes regular updates. Additionally, it employs a version control system through a Git client, allowing readers to contribute, for example, by correcting spelling mistakes. Consequently, not only are new HTML static files added, but existing files are frequently updated.
The blog is addressed using IPNS, and, as I said, I have imported it to my local IPFS node using the companion browser extension. In the event of the site updating with new content or versions, will these changes be automatically reflected in my local node?
I understand that the CID of files changes with any modification, but I am aware of the existence of a Mutable File System accessible through the CLI. My question is whether this system is integrated into the desktop app.
As a non-technical user of the IPFS protocol, I may not be fully aware of the practicability of utilizing the Mutable File System for this specific use case.