https://www.eclipse.org/che website mirror
Contribute with the devfile
Use the factory url https://che.openshift.io/f?url=https://github.com/eclipse/che-website.
This factory will start che and clone the repo che-website.
On the right side
My workspace view, you can start to preview the website with the task
start che-website (
run task =>
Open the port 80 and the link as suggested. Click on
You can then make your changes on the files in
You will notice that a
/projects/che symbolic link has been added. This is to have the apache server having the right
root folder while navigating.
You can commit with Theia git view or the terminal (with the git container). Create a dedicated branch and a fork if you are not commiter. In any case, you will need to create a Pull Request.
Note that before your contribution can be accepted by the project, you need to electronically sign the Eclipse Contributor Agreement (ECA).
Also, your commit should be signed-off.
For instance, in command line with the
$ git commit -s -m "Auto share multiple projects in single job"
Updating the website
Once your PR is merged, we have jobs at https://ci.eclipse.org/che that will update the site. It may take few hours.
Che documentation ?
The Che documentation is not included. We merge the site and the doc afterwards in our ci. To contribute to the doc: https://github.com/eclipse/che-docs.