This site is built using GitHub Pages and Jekyll and is currently an MVP. We are looking for feedback from people of all areas.
This project adheres to the TC39 Code of Conduct.
If you find that this website does not provide the information you need, please comment on our usability thread with what you were looking for and where you would have expected to find it! This helps us understand what people's needs are and how we can improve this page to address those needs.
If you notice a problem with the site itself, such as accessibility or web compatibility, open a new issue and we will try to fix it!
You can also take on issues and help us improve the site.
Pull request titles should start with the issue number being addressed, followed by
the change that was made. For example,
fix #32, add a footer.
If changes in the upstream master branch cause your PR to have conflicts, you should rebase your branch to master and force-push it to your repo (rather than doing a merge commit).
Building the website requires Docker. This gives you a dev environment with Ruby, Bundler, and all other project dependencies already installed.
After installing Docker and cloning this repo, you can build and serve the website as follows.
cd tc39-web-draft make install # install the site's Docker image make build # run Jekyll and rebuild site folder make serve # run Jekyll, serve site on localhost:8000, and watch for local changes
We use IRC to communicate. The channel we use is #tc39-website on freenode. You can find connection instructions here.
Monthly planning call
We have planning meetings every month, on the last Tuesday at 10:00 AM CEST. If you would like to join, come say hi at the IRC channel! The meeting is held on Google Hangouts here.