HackerCouch is "Hospitality for Hackers". Here's how it goes:
- Fork this repo
- Add your own markdown file with your nick (perhaps twitter/github handle?) in the
- You file a Pull Request on github
- Make sure the build passes
- Go check hackercouch.com the next time you are travelling.
See add.md for more detailed instructions.
The idea isn't new, it has been tried before as well. The reason we are trying this again is:
- The idea of a Fork->PR->Merge->Publish flow with almost zero effort
- Filing a pull request is a great filter for hackers
- hackercouch.com was available
- This comment by @sirupsen on HN
- HackerCouch uses Jekyll Collections heavily
- Hosted on Github Pages, duh.
- Builds use Travis, and make sure that the site has proper html before its deployed
html-prooferfor html linting + link checks
. ./_script/setup-env.sh gem install bundler bundle install jekyll serve --watch
And open http://localhost:4000 in your browser.
- If your bundle fails due Nokogiri and you're on OSX, try running this first:
- The original hackercouch project: jancborchardt/hackercouch
- remy/mit-license for the fork-PR-publish workflow.
Our disclaimer policy is here.
This uses Jekyll collections and the base Jekyll theme. The very little code here
is licensed under the MIT License. However, everything under the
is licensed under the CC0 license. If you file a PR to this repo, you agree to having
your "couch information" available under this license.
The minimum required information is your nick, city and country code.