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Blazeblogger is not listed and I don't have a lot of experience with any of the options listed. Then again, I just started hacking Blazeblogger to support more stuff, so maybe a new option will be added next year?
Could you place Jekyll and Octopress on there? They have been the rage this and last year; many, mostly hackers and developers, have moved from more classic database-driven CMSes to these simple static site generators.