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This is the source repository for the JLESC website.

What?

The JLESC website is a set of static HTML5 pages generated with a tool written in Ruby called Jekyll.

How?

To add or modify the content of specific parts of the website, only a few plain text files written with the Markdown markup language have to be edited.

There is one general rule for getting into editing:

Read the source, Luke!

It all comes down to this: create a pull request and wait for a maintainer to approve, that is:

  1. Fork and clone the repository
  2. Add new or correct and extend existing content
  3. Push your changes to your fork and open a pull request.

There is also a comprehensive guide from GitHub on sending pull requests. Note that you can edit or even create files directly online, too!

Please read https://github.com/JLESC/jlesc.github.io/wiki for much more and much more detailed instructions!