Focus is a goal of this project and as a result, only conferences that are specifically for Ruby are listed. That means that if a conference covers Ruby, but is not specifically for Rubyists, then it is left out.
A good rule of thumb for whether a conference should be included is if its name includes either Ruby or Rails and how it describes itself. A conference that describes itself as a "Conference on Web Development" might be an awesome event, but it's probably not a Ruby conference.
The list of events is driven by the conferences file in the
_data directory - if you have an update for those things, just change the YAML and send a PR.
Here is a list of the keys that can be used:
name: The official name of the event
location: When the event is in the US, this would be "City, State", for any other country, use "City, Country".
start_date: The date of the first day of the event - ISO8601 formatted (yyyy-mm-dd).
end_date: The date of the last day of the event - ISO8601 formatted (yyyy-mm-dd). For one day events this should equal
url: The url for the event.
Extra keys for the upcoming events:
reg_phrase: Typically you want to put "Registration open" here.
reg_date: If there is a registration deadline, enter that here - ISO8601 formatted (yyyy-mm-dd).
cfp_phrase: Typically you want to put "CFP open" here.
cfp_date: If there is a cfp deadline, enter that here - ISO8601 formatted (yyyy-mm-dd).
Extra keys for the past events:
video_link: A url to the videos for the event.
We build the site with Jekyll.
Install Ruby, then:
cd ruby-conferences.github.io bundle install bundle exec jekyll serve
and point your browser at http://localhost:4000/
The design of the site is copyrighted by Cameron Daigle.
All other original work uses the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.