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Website of the Paris DevOps group http://parisdevops.fr
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This is the website for the Paris DevOps group : http://parisdevops.fr/ (or http://parisdevops.github.com/) It is generated by Jekyll : https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/ and hosted by GitHub : http://pages.github.com/ Ask to the mailing-list if you'd like to participate : http://groups.google.com/group/paris-devops Mini Howto for website maintainers (people who are member of the parisdevops organization on github) : - We use the Textile format : http://redcloth.org/hobix.com/textile/ - Don't forget to name the files ".textile" - If you just want to edit a file, the easier solution is to use the GitHub web interface : go to the file and click the "Edit this file" button (top right). - Otherwise, clone this git repository, and do the usuall "hack-commit-push" workflow. - Normal pages just end in .textile (and are converted to .html) - Blog posts and located in the "_posts" directory, and prefixed with the date (format YYYY-MM-DD) Add a meetup - add a file in _posts, this page will show up under "Blog - Thème | meetup" - update meetups.textile and add a new block for the meetup. Ensure that you've changed the meetup id (next to the h2 title) - update index.textile for next/previous meetup If you want to install Jekyll locally (to avoid editing the website "blindly") : - gem install jekyll -v JEKYLL_VERSION (you should use the same version as GitHub use. See http://pages.github.com for the right version. As of writing this, it is 0.10.0) - go to the directory where you cloned the repository, and run "jekyll --server --auto" : Jekyll will run in server mode (port 4000) and auto-reload on each file modification - point your browser at http://localhost:4000/