The Rust blog
This is the blog of the Rust Programming Language.
It's implemented as a small static site generator, that's deployed to GitHub Pages via Travis.
To build the site locally:
> git clone https://github.com/rust-lang/blog.rust-lang.org > cd blog.rust-lang.org > cargo run
You could do it in release mode if you'd like, but it's pretty fast in debug.
From there, the generated HTML will be in a
site directory. You can use
any web server to check it out in your browser:
> cd site > python3 -m http.server
The site is now available at http://0.0.0.0:8000.
If you need to preview the site from another machine, pass the host's address via
--bind. For example, if running on 192.168.72.73:
> cd site > python3 -m http.server --bind 192.168.72.73
The site is now available at http://192.168.72.73:8000.
(As a short-cut: If you pass
--bind 0.0.0.0, the server will be reachable at all of the host's IP addresses.)
First of all, thank you!
Like everything in Rust, the blog is licensed MIT/Apache 2.0. See the two
LICENSE-* files for more details. We're also governed by the Rust
Code of Conduct, see
CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md for more.
Please send pull requests to the master branch. If you're trying to do something big, please open an issue before working on it, so we can make sure that it's something that will eventually be accepted.
When writing a new blog post, keep in mind the file headers:
--- layout: post title: Title of the blog post author: Blog post author (or on behalf of which team) release: true (to be only used for official posts about Rust releases announcements) ---