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Introduce a bootcamp slide for hexo beginner - Discover GitHub with Hexo #3903

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Leslie-Wong-H opened this issue Dec 3, 2019 · 3 comments

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@Leslie-Wong-H Leslie-Wong-H commented Dec 3, 2019

About two monthes ago I hosted a bootcamp lecture about hexo to CS sophomore at my university. This is the slide for it.

https://www.lesliewong.cn/github/DiscoverGitHubwithHexo.pdf

Hope this slide would be of a little help to the hexo community.

If there are any mistake in this slide, please feel free to point out, even though some students did build up their own website after this lecture.

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@SukkaW SukkaW commented Dec 12, 2019

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Hexo doesn't require GitHub. Although Hexo could be deployed to GitHub Pages but it is not the only available options. I see no necessary introducing GitHub.

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Hexo only requires Node.js & Git, which means Hexo CAN run on any VPS. Also, please use Hexo instead of HEXO.

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npm init will execute npm install automatically. And the title should be Install Hexo.

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Just I said, GitHub is not the only option available.

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hexo-deployer-git requires specific configuration.

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English should be used even inside screenshot.

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Hexo is not designed for it. .html files under source/ could be considered as posts and would be processed & rendered by Hexo. Extra configuration about skip_render might be needed. Since it is an advanced usage thus shouldn't be included in a slide.

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@SukkaW SukkaW commented Dec 12, 2019

IMHO, the style of the slide looks not so refined. And PPT is really not suitable for making a slide.

Here I provides an example of slides: A brief on SSRF attack made by orange.tw team.

https://www.blackhat.com/docs/us-17/thursday/us-17-Tsai-A-New-Era-Of-SSRF-Exploiting-URL-Parser-In-Trending-Programming-Languages.pdf

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@Leslie-Wong-H Leslie-Wong-H commented Dec 12, 2019

Thanks for the sincere constructive comment. Appreciate it a lot!

As for the slide style, everyone has his own taste of art. :)

You guys do create a wonderful opensource framework.

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