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This website is built using Docusaurus 2, a modern static website generator.


npm install

Local Development

npm start

This command starts a local development server and open up a browser window. Most changes are reflected live without having to restart the server.


GIT_USER=<Your GitHub username> USE_SSH=true yarn deploy

If you are using GitHub pages for hosting, this command is a convenient way to build the website and push to the gh-pages branch.

Adding content

You can add content freely to this page, though if you do: please specify the license, author and year on the bottom of the page.

Example: /src/pages/

Adding images

There are four different kinds of images that you may add to this repository.

  • Original art: If you created artwork for this page, you need to decide the license under which you want to publish it. for the list of licenses see the LICENSE file. Then add it to the static/img/<yourhandle>/<license> folder (your handle is also noted in the LICENSE file).

    static/img/tanja/cc-by-nc-sa/icons/icon_diversity.svg is published under the CC-BY-NC-SA license by Tanja.

  • Pixabay or Unsplash: Images that come from the Pixabay or Unsplash platform need to go in the static/img/external/pixabay or static/img/external/unsplash folder. Change the name of the file to following pattern: <userhandle>_<fileid>_<variant>.jpg.

    static/img/external/unsplash/andrewtneel_ute2XAFQU2I_cut.jpg is a cut (meaning cut in size) variant of the image at by

  • Fair use: Some work such as logos may be unclear in its license. It may fall under Fair Use. In this case you need to be careful and maybe read this and put it in the static/img/external/fair-use folder. Please state in the git-commit message where you retreived it.

Screenshots: Screenshots may be "fair use" or fall under an original Art license depending on the content. Please refer to this Wikipedia article for clarification.

After adding the image please run the $ npm run img script in the command line. It will compress the image and add the license to the metadata information.


See the LICENSE file for detailed information.