Remove Leonard Lamprecht's website from Sites page #4771

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amenat commented Apr 8, 2016

Removed Leonard Lamprecht's website, he isn't using Jekyll for blogging anymore. Ref - https://medium.com/@leo/jekyll-medium-41a058ac2c91#.36e95k7de

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Removed Leonard Lamprecht's website, he isn't using Jekyll for blogging anymore. Ref - https://medium.com/@leo/jekyll-medium-41a058ac2c91#.36e95k7de

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Ah, great catch!

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parkr commented Apr 12, 2016

Ah, great catch!

@jekyllbot: merge +site

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@parkr Ummm? My site is still maintained and I'm still using Jekyll. Why is blogging something that's required to make a site suitable for learning? Over 327 commits went into it so far.

I mean, isn't Jekyll's "slogan": "A blog-aware, static site generator in Ruby" and not "a blog generator in Ruby"? Does the "GitHub Official Teaching Materials" site have a blog?

I've put (and I still am for a living) A LOT of work into building high-quality sites using Jekyll since I've started out with it:

Why do I not deserve this place in Jekyll's docs anymore?

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@parkr Ummm? My site is still maintained and I'm still using Jekyll. Why is blogging something that's required to make a site suitable for learning? Over 327 commits went into it so far.

I mean, isn't Jekyll's "slogan": "A blog-aware, static site generator in Ruby" and not "a blog generator in Ruby"? Does the "GitHub Official Teaching Materials" site have a blog?

I've put (and I still am for a living) A LOT of work into building high-quality sites using Jekyll since I've started out with it:

Why do I not deserve this place in Jekyll's docs anymore?

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Hey, @leo!

My site is still maintained and I'm still using Jekyll.

At http://leo.im, I see a landing page with your name and a number of links to external resources. In terms of using Jekyll, it's the bare minimum: no data files, no blog posts, no collections, etc. When I look at your repo, I see the archived posts. As a newbie who is interested in an example, I don't know how your _posts or _layouts fit together into the one-page site I see.

I'd rather see us link to your favourite of the sites you listed in your comment. I'm still hesitant about "promoting" personal sites in the first place here anyway (we should remove Tom's and Rasmus's). This documentation page needs new links to things like twitter.github.io or microsoft.github.io which use multiple aspects of Jekyll to showcase its power and simplicity.

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parkr commented Apr 20, 2016

Hey, @leo!

My site is still maintained and I'm still using Jekyll.

At http://leo.im, I see a landing page with your name and a number of links to external resources. In terms of using Jekyll, it's the bare minimum: no data files, no blog posts, no collections, etc. When I look at your repo, I see the archived posts. As a newbie who is interested in an example, I don't know how your _posts or _layouts fit together into the one-page site I see.

I'd rather see us link to your favourite of the sites you listed in your comment. I'm still hesitant about "promoting" personal sites in the first place here anyway (we should remove Tom's and Rasmus's). This documentation page needs new links to things like twitter.github.io or microsoft.github.io which use multiple aspects of Jekyll to showcase its power and simplicity.

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@parkr Okay, I understand your concerns. Which one of the above sites do you personally like the most? My current favourites are Precious Plastic, Story Hopper and Phonebloks. I'd recommend Precious Plastic because it's the biggest one of all and it has pretty complex things going on.

Let me know if I should open a PR.

I'm still hesitant about "promoting" personal sites in the first place here anyway (we should remove Tom's and Rasmus's).

Seems fair to me!

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leo commented Apr 22, 2016

@parkr Okay, I understand your concerns. Which one of the above sites do you personally like the most? My current favourites are Precious Plastic, Story Hopper and Phonebloks. I'd recommend Precious Plastic because it's the biggest one of all and it has pretty complex things going on.

Let me know if I should open a PR.

I'm still hesitant about "promoting" personal sites in the first place here anyway (we should remove Tom's and Rasmus's).

Seems fair to me!

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