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In order to share your article's message with the world, a good practise is to self-publish your article somewhere to avoid that people have to go through a paywall to read it.
The output of ScholarMarkdown is a static webpage, which can easily be published on any Web server.
If you don't have a Web server at your disposal,
you could use GitHub pages to publish it on a GitHub domain.
When combined with the Travis continuous integration tool,
you could set up a system that will automatically re-publish your article every time you commit a change to GitHub. A detailed guide on how to do this can be found here: https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/deployment/pages/
GITHUB_TOKEN here: https://github.com/settings/tokens (requires at least repo access)
note: Make sure that you deploy the output folder to GitHub pages by adding the following line to your
Reference contents of
language: ruby rvm: - 2.4.0 bundler_args: --without development script: - bundle exec nanoc compile - bundle exec nanoc check internal_links mixed_content stale cache: - bundler deploy: provider: pages local-dir: output skip-cleanup: true github-token: $GITHUB_TOKEN # Set in the settings page of your repository, as a secure variable keep-history: true on: branch: master