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RDO website

The RDO website is now updated via Gerrit and can be cloned with the following command:

git clone https://review.rdoproject.org/r/rdo-website

Instructions for configuring your environment can be found at https://www.rdoproject.org/documentation/onboarding/ You will not need to sign up for Bugzilla or install the rdopkg in order to contribute to the website.

Run your own copy from a container (recommended method)

Note: This procedure has been tested in a Fedora 35 system using podman container engine. It should run in other recent OSs using docker.

  1. Create your own container
cd <rdo-website local directory>
$ podman build -t rdo-website .
  1. Clone the events submodule
cd <rdo-website local directory>
$ git submodule init
$ git submodule update
  1. Run the website using the local content. This container will run the middleman engine in the container using the local website content so that you can edit ant check the resulting webpage. You need to mount the data and source directory from the local git repo to the container:
cd <rdo-website local directory>
$ podman run -v $PWD/source:/tmp/source:Z -v $PWD/data:/tmp/data:Z -p 4567:4567 --rm localhost/rdo-website

Now you can point your browser to http://localhost:4567/ and you'll see your local copy of the website. Note that you may need to refresh the page after editing the content to visualize the changes.

Run your own copy

PLEASE NOTE: There is no requirement to run your own copy, the following is just a reference for those who may wish to do so.

To get started, you need to have Ruby and Ruby Gems installed, as well as "bundler".

Initial setup

Clone this repository and run the setup.sh script located in the checked out repository directory.

The script will initialize and update the git submodules, install system dependencies, and run a bundle install.

It is expected that you are on a YUM based system with sudo access.

cd website
./setup.sh

Running a local server

  1. Start a local Middleman server:

    ./run-server.sh

    This will update your locally installed gems and start a Middleman development server.

  2. Next, browse to http://0.0.0.0:4567

  3. Edit!

    When you edit files (pages, layouts, CSS, etc.), the site will dynamically update in development mode. (There's no need to refresh the page, unless you get a Ruby error.)

Customizing your site

The site can be easily customized by editing data/site.yml.

Adding a Post

To add a post to the community blog use:

./create-post.rb "TITLE"

Build your static site

After getting it how you want, you can build the static site by running:

NOTE: On CentOS / RHEL 7 you will be presented with a warning that ImageMagick is less than the recommended 6.8.0.

bundle exec middleman build

Deploying

Setting up deployment

FIXME: Right now, please reference <data/site.yml>

Actual deployment

After copying your public key to the remote server and configuring your site in <data/site.yml>, deployment is one simple command:

bundle exec middleman deploy

Add new features (parsers, etc.)

Simply add a new gem 'some-gem-here' line in the Gemfile and run bundle install

More info

For more information, please check the excellent Middleman documentation.