Since May 2018, websites are required to inform their users about what data is collected. This website does not collect any data from its visitors (it uses no trackers like Google Analytics or related, sets no cookies on your computer and doesn't even store logs on the server), so no further notice regarding GDPR is needed.
I've had another project where I used Wordpress and made the horrendous mistake of buying a "professional template" from a "web agency" in India (they still owe me a fixed version of that template... after being annoying for a few months and them promising a fix soon™, I eventually gave up and never heard of them, again). Despite myself being a web developer, but I wanted to save some time and ended up trying to get this piece of $#!7 template to score at least higher than 5 out of 100 on Google Page Speed Insights. It was annoying and it kept me from doing what I intended to do with the website: delivering content.
So, here's my new try: a plain website which is fast as hell and does what it's supposed to do: deliver content.