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README.markdown

Note: As of 2015, the blogging platform of arunrocks.com has moved to pelican. Read more about it here: Moving Blogs to Pelican

http://arunrocks.com - Arun Ravindran's online presence

The entire site has been written in a clean and easy to read markup leveraging new semantic HTML5 tags and CSS3. There is minimal dependence on the site design (Moonlight theme) allowing for any future redesigns. The blog posts have been written in Markdown. Most blogs posts contain atleast one image having a width of upto 500px.

A lot of emphasis has been given to optimise the website loading time. Almost all Javascripts would be asynchronously loaded. There are various optimisations in the .htaccess file.

Install

  • Clone the github repository
  • Check out the master branch

Prerequisites

  • Ruby (works with 1.8)
  • Speed-up related posts in GSL:
sudo apt-get install gsl-bin libgsl0-dev 
sudo gem install gsl classifier 

Rakefile

The entire website (including related posts) is created with a Rakefile. Some of the useful rake commands are:

  • rake builds the website.
  • rake deploy:prod pushes the compiled version to server.
  • rake write["Title"] makes a new blog post using Title and the current date.

License

The following directories and their contents are Copyright Arun Ravindran. You may not reuse anything therein without my permission:

  • blog/
  • images/

All other directories and files are MIT Licensed. Feel free to use the HTML and CSS as you please. If you do use them, a link back to http://arunrocks.com would be appreciated, but is not required.

Author

Arun Ravindran