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rubynepal.org

The rubynepal.org site is a static site powered by octopress and hosted with Github Pages.

Contributing

If octopress is new to you, you may wanna go through its docs first.

Fork the repo and create a new branch for you.

Make your changes.

Preview the changes in your local.

Commit the changes.

Push and make a pull request.

steps:

  • gut pull --all
  • You should be in source branch
  • Change or add post or do something there
  • be rake preview # to see the changes
  • commit the changes
  • be rake deploy # to deploy
  • git push origin source # to push the source changes

Example snippets:

  # checkout to new branch
  $ gco -b 'add_feature'
  # Create a new page
  $ rake new_page[a_new_page]
  # Create a new blog post
  $ rake new_post[my_blog_post]
  $ rake generate
  $ rake preview
  # Fires up local server at port 4000
  $ git commit -m 'commit message'
  $ git push

When you open a pull request, we'd appreciate if you follow some basic guidelines:

Describe what you're changing, and more importantly why you're changing it

Keep the pull request focused on one thing - if you make two different, unrelated changes, please separate them into two pull requests

For maintainers

Deploying is as easy as rake deploy and done.

Logo licence

"RubyNepal" logo is Copyright 2013 by Ruby Nepal, All rights reserved.