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README.md

About

HolidayCheckers blogging about things they care about. Live version of this blog is techblog.holidaycheck.com

Run the blog locally, via nix

The site can be built and run locally using nix.

  1. Make sure to have nix installed (see nixos.org/nix) and then
  2. run nix-shell default.nix (or simply nix-shell) and you should have the blog
  3. running locally at http://localhost:4000.

Details about how to get jekyll to run locally via nix, the instructions how I set it up can be found on this site.