This is a skeleton template for making rstblog easier to use.
I don't really know how rstblog is supposed to be used, but for now I just want to get it a default installer working.
# checkout this repo git clone git://github.com/cpdean/rstblog-skeleton.git sweet-blog # install dependencies and everything else make install
blog-host to contain the path to where your files are hosted. For me it's
~/blog/public/ but for you it might be
firstname.lastname@example.org:~/public/. Any valid rsync target should do, just be sure to have the trailing directory slash at the end!
Now add blog posts by creating .rst files, and mark their creation date by putting them in folders structured like
Rstblog will read directories like that and tag them with the correct date in your archives and in the front page's list of posts.
You can also put .rst files in the top level directory and it'll make individual pages for them that you can link to from anywhere.
You can store posts that you haven't finished yet in the
_drafts folder, as rstblog will ignore them until you're ready to publish them. This way you can keep your work in progress under source control, and simply move them to the right folder when you're ready to share your ideas.
rstblog to generate the site with
Upload the built site with:
Or if you're lazy, do the build and upload in one shot: