HV Open Website
Tour of Content
Jekyll content is based on
collections, which are markdown formatted
documents with some additional metadata. For HV Open we have the
following content types:
- _events - all events (use
typefield to distinguish between meetings and other events)
- _locations - so we don't have to copy/paste that bit into every event
- _posts - news items
- Fork hvopen-website
- Clone locally
- Make changes
- Open a Pull Request
When you open a pull request the site will be built with netlify, which will provide a rendering of the whole website. That can be inspected.
Anything that's merged into
master branch on the
will be built by netlify and deployed within a few minutes. Because of
that it's good to stage in PRs first to allow for quick review.
On Debian / Ubuntu installing the local environment is a small number of steps.
$ sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-dev nodejs ruby-bundler $ cd hvopen-website/ $ bundler install --path vendor/site
You can then run a local server to test with:
$ bundler exec jekyll serve --future
Now browse to http://127.0.0.1:4000
Future is important, because by default jekyll skips content that is tagged with future dates (lets you write in advance). We use this feature for out events.
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