DataOps open source site at datops.github.io.
Table of Contents
- Reporting Issues
- Statement of Support
To get started, you will need to follow the instructions for installing jekyll. For a vanilla Ubuntu 16.04 ec2 instance, this will look like the following:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y ruby ruby-all-dev gcc make g++ zlib1g-dev libcurl3 sudo gem install jekyll bundle git clone <url> cd dataops.github.io
One you have jekyll installed, you will need to install the bundle from within the repository, which will include the latest github-pages plugin required to get the repository data:
From then on, you can start the webserver with:
bundle exec jekyll serve
- Fork the project.
- Make your bug fix or new feature.
- Add tests for your code.
- Send a pull request.
Contributions must be signed as
User Name <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Make sure to set up Git with user name and email address. Bug fixes should branch from the current stable branch. New features should be based on the
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