A student-run organization at Binghamton University created to foster a community of individuals who solve problems through the innovative use of technology.
In addition to cloning the HackBU repository, you'll need a few things to run HackBU locally:
Ruby - Jekyll requires Ruby. If you're on a Mac, you most likely have Ruby. You can confirm this by running
ruby --versionin the command line. Follow these instructions to install Ruby if needed.
Bundler - Bundler is a package manager that makes versioning Ruby software like Jekyll a lot easier and is highly recommended if you're going to be building GitHub Pages sites locally. If you don't already have Bundler installed, you can install it by running the command
gem install bundler.
Jekyll - Run the command
bundle installin the project directory to download and install Jekyll. (Try using
sudo bundle installif you run into problems.)
You can start the Jekyll server with
bundle exec jekyll serve --watch. See the Jekyll documentation for more information.
Making a change to the website? Fork the repository (if you're not HackBU staff) and submit a pull request through GitHub!
A HackBU staff member will review the pull request, leave comments, and decide whether or not to merge.
The contents of this repository are released under the MIT License.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.