This repo is the codebase for the main Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team website. See
gh-pages branch for Jekyll code. If looking for the previous Drupal codebase, see the current
- See the issues queue for all discussions and tasks.
- Chat available on HOTOSM Slack within the #hotosm-website channel.
Getting Started with Development
This site uses Jekyll. To get started on GNU/Linux, Unix, or macOS, you must meet the following requirements:
- Ruby 2.2.5 or above
- GCC and Make
First, install bundler.
gem install bundler
Next, use bundler to install the build dependencies:
Then, start Jekyll with bundler (this resolves any dependency issues you may have):
bundle exec jekyll serve --incremental
Finally, navigate to http://127.0.0.1:4000/ and you should see the new website!
Key pages & script/data dependencies
Please use the issue tracker at https://github.com/hotosm/hotosm-website/issues to report bugs, develop ideas, ask questions or give feedback. Thank you!