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README.md

mattfoster.github.com - aka hackerific.net

Origins

This blog is a fork of Tom Preston-Werner's, with some notable changes, including:

  • Styling / layout -- (obviously), although the general appearance is still fairly similar.
  • Tags -- Jekyll doesn't support tags. The included Rakefile adds support and works by generating a 'tags.html' file which is pushed to the repo along with new content. Originally found at: http://gist.github.com/143571

In his README.textfile file, Tom Preston-Werner has this to say:

It is automatically transformed by Jekyll into a static site whenever I push this repository to GitHub.

I was tired of having my blog posts end up in a database off on some remote server. That is backwards. I've lost valuable posts that way. It want to author my posts locally in Textile or Markdown. My blog should be easily stylable and customizable any way I please. It should take care of creating a feed for me. And most of all, my site should be stored on GitHub so that I never lose data again.

License

Posts ands images live in:

  • _posts
  • images

Unless otherwise stated, the contents of these directories are Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 licensed. Feel free to remix and modify these works are you see fit, but please remember to give me some kudos! I'll try to provide source files/images wherever I can.

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://github.com/mojombo/jekyll would be appreciated, but is not required.