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README.md

Repository of moztw.org

This is the git repository of moztw.org web sites, including static pages. Feel free to fork, modify, and send pull request to us.

Repo structure

moztw.org website contains sections from the following different sub-domain-based repos, each repo is hosted as different virtualhosts and not relying on others. please fork and checkout as you need.

base - Server configurations and automatic scripts
www.moztw.org - Main MozTW website
forum.moztw.org - MozTW Forum
irclog.moztw.org - Log Archive for #mozilla-taiwan on irc.mozilla.org and #moztw on Telegram.
translate.moztw.org - Localization system related stuff
planet.moztw.org - A Planetplanet installation for MozTW Planet http://planet.moztw.org/

Demos:
browser-pairs - Foxmosa pairs game at moztw.org/foxmosa/game/pairs
star-pusher - Foxmosa Sokuban game at moztw.org/foxmosa/game/stars
moztw.org-demo - HTML5 demos located at moztw.org/demo

Deprecated:
wiki.moztw.org - Wiki which is not actively used
photos.moztw.org - Picture Gallery of MozTW prior to Firefox 1.5 times.
gfx.tw - Repo for http://gfx.tw, personal Firefox promotion and product page platform (readonly, will retire on August 2017)

How do I contribute?

  1. Report issues at Issue tracker
  2. Make a fork of this repo and clone to your working space (See steps in next section)
  3. Go to your cloned repository, create a new branch with meaningful name, e.g. git checkout -b issue123-fix-something
  4. Make changes, test, and commit. Be sure to mention the issue id in the commit message.
  5. File a pull request to master branch (or create a new branch if you need to collaborate with someone else). direct PRs to production branch will be rejected.
  6. Someone will review the request, you may ping moztw-general@googlegroups.com if there's no progress after a while.
  7. The content will go live at www-stage once the PR is accepted, and will go live at production site when ready.

Development

You can do shallow clone to get this repo more quickly.

git clone https://github.com/moztw/www.moztw.org.git --depth 1

Using Vagrant

  1. Make sure you have git available in your computer. If you are not sure, you can go to Git website to download.
  2. Install VirtualBox and Vagrant onto your system.
  3. Open Terminal. On Windows, open Git Bash instead.
  4. Execute cd [desired directory] to get to the folder you want to keep the file.
  5. Run git clone https://github.com/moztw/www.moztw.org.git to clone the repository.
  6. Run cd www.moztw.org.
  7. Run vagrant up. This may take a while (approx. 15-20 minutes) as it needs to download a virtual machine image and all the other required packages to run.
  8. Run vagrant exec npm start. You will see the output will stay at Watching files.
  9. Open a web browser, go to localhost:3000 and you can see the current website. You can modify the website contents and the changes will be reflected in seconds.
  10. To stop the script, go back to the terminal and hit Ctrl-C. Also if you want to stop the virtual machine running, run vagrant halt.

Using Node.js directly

  1. Install nodejs and npm in your system.
    • On Windows, you also need Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package.
    • On Ubuntu/Debian, you also need nodejs-legacy package.
  2. Run npm install in repo directory.
  3. Run npm start in repo directory, the output will stay at Watching files.
  4. Open localhost:3000, modify and see the browswersync result.

Static Pages Local Installation

It's easy to set up static pages including home page, event pages, contribution pages, etc.

Only one requirement:

  • SSI (Server Side Include)-supported web server with Virtual Hosts enabled

Apache 2.4

To enable SSI on Apache is very easy. Take Ubuntu for example, just execute a2enmod include then you have a SSI-ready Apache.

The second step is adding virtual host configs to your Apache configuration:

<VirtualHost *:80>
  ServerName moztw.yourdomain.name
  ServerAdmin admin@yourdomain.name
  DocumentRoot /path/to/this/repo/
  <Directory /path/to/this/repo>
    Options FollowSymLinks Includes
    SSILegacyExprParser on
    AllowOverride All
    Order allow,deny
    Require all granted
  </Directory>
</VirtualHost>

Enable the new virtual host with a2ensite moztw, restart Apache, and open http://moztw.yourdomain.name. You should now see MozTW homepage.

Nginx

Example of site configuration with SSI module enabled:

server {
  listen 80;
  server_name moztw.yourdomain.name;
  root /path/to/this/repo/;

  location / {
    ssi on;
    ssi_types text/shtml;
    index index.html index.htm index.shtml index.php;
  }

  # Rewrite *.html to *.shtml (for example, the download link)
  location ~ \.html$ {
    if (!-f $request_filename) {
      rewrite ^(.*)\.html$ $1.shtml;
    }
  }
}

Note that we're not running Nginx server on the hosting site, you might encounter some problems, e.g., .htaccess is not supported.

PHP

PHP is only required for GitHub Webhook and Online Update mechanisms to work. Only tested with PHP 7.1, with cURL extension required to call GitHub API for hook source range verification.

Coding Style

  • Please always use LF on line ending, and set 2/4 space characters as indent according to the original style of each files.
  • Please take Mozilla Coding Style as reference.
  • If your editor supports EditorConfig, install the plugin and it will take care the style config.
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