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Citizen Labs Website Redesign

Up and Running:

  • Hey thanks for stopping by, first you will need to install the Hugo CLI. If you are using MacOS you can use: brew install hugo
  • Next clone in the repo locally: git clone https://github.com/citizenlabsgr/homepage.git
  • cd ino the directory.
  • Running hugo will compile the site into a web ready viewable format.
  • For local dev run hugo server to have live reload while working on it.
  • By default we have it running on http://localhost:1313/ copy this into your browser URL to see all the amazing changes you make.
  • When ready to production (e.g. to have Google Analytics show up), run HUGO_ENV=production before your build command. For example:
HUGO_ENV=production hugo

Nice you rockstar! You've got it all set up.

Production

  • Production build for our website is being done by Travis.
  • After change, create Pull Request instead of bulding site locally and uploading.
  • Once Pull Request is committed Travis will create the build and update website.

Slack: #cl-website

Project Description: Redesign of the Citizen Labs website.

We are using Hugo, an open source static site generator written in Go. Hugo is a general-purpose website framework. Hugo provides improved performance, security and ease of use.

Updates to the beta site will take place after significant development changes.

Project Guides:

Maintainers (people with write access):

Data: n/a

Getting started:

  • We welcome contributions from first timers.
  • Browse our help wanted issues. See if there is anything that interests you.
  • Core maintainers and project guides are responsible for reviewing and merging all pull requests. In order to prevent frustrations with your first PR we recommend you reach out to our core maintainers who can help you through your first PR.
  • Updates to documentation or readme are greatly appreciated and make for a great first PR. They do not need to be discussed in advance and will be merged as soon as possible.

Skills

  • content design
  • design
  • outreach/storytelling
  • dev/ops
  • policy & engagement
  • strategy
  • user experience/interaction
  • Hugo framework