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leetspeek.org

leetspeek is a learning-oriented collective that is open to everyone, our primary focus is to encourage learning, blogging in order to deepen knowledge on various computer science areas.

Getting Started

Writing Articles

Start by writing interesting articles, the content should intermediate to advanced (avoid how-to style articles). Follow the steps below for our contribution workflow.

Forking the repo

  • Create a personal fork of the project on Github.
  • Clone the fork on your local machine. Your remote repo on Github is called origin.
  • Add the original repository as a remote called upstream.
  • If you created your fork a while ago be sure to pull upstream changes into your local repository.
  • Install jekyll and the related gems.

Adding a new article

  • Create a new branch for the new article to work on! Branch from from master.
  • Add a new file under _posts with article date-name.
  • Preview your changes locally through bundle exec jekyll s.

Adding code

  • Inline code can be added through `` .
  • For block codes, you can use the highlight block.

Adding images

  • Create a folder under assets/img named as your github username.
  • Add your image in that folder.
  • Image can be added using this code

![Image title]({{ site.url }}/assets/img/username/image-name.png)

Peer-reviewing

  • Push your branch to your fork on Github, the remote origin.
  • Create an issue on leetspeek repo following the Issue Templates.
  • Second publish your PR, you can tag members for Peer review too.
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