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It's super easy.
The more self-lead way is to follow these few steps:
- Fork the repo on Github
Clone that repo on to your computer
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:YOUR-USER-NAME/blog.jruby.org.git
Create a file in
- Name that file using the format of
- At top top of that file include a bit of meta data in YAML.
--- layout: post title: Why I Love JRuby subtitle: And Why You Will Too canonical: http://example.com/2011/09/01/jruby-love author: Shane Becker email: email@example.com ---
- REQUIRED FIELDS: layout, title (if it's different from your file name slug), email, name
OPTIONAL FIELDS: subtitle, canonical (this is the URL of the article on your site if you're reposting an article of yours)
Write your awesome post!
- Add and commit that file in your local repo
git commit -a "New Blog Post"
- Push to Github
git push origin gh-pages
- Send a pull request to us
- That's it!
After your first contribution, you'll get added to the blog.jruby.org repo as a committer at which point you won't have to do the fork / pull request nonsense.
Or... if you're totally awesome and have the site to prove it, send me an email with a link to your previous writing on the subject and I'll just add you as a contributor.
Let's do this thing!
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