You can start blogging out of the box, without any fancy installation.
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README.md

5 steps to get started blogging on GitHub with Prose.io

Step.1

Fork this repository.

Step.2

From Admin > Options > Settings, rename the repository to USERNAME.github.com for your GitHub pages.

After ten minutes, you can find a sample page at http://USERNAME.github.com (like this).

Step.3

Login to Prose.io. Make sure to authorize Prose to access your repositories.

Step.4

Write your article. Access to the repository USERNAME.github.com and go to _post directory, then + NEW FILE to create new article.

Make sure to change Metadata as follows.

layout: post
title: my first article
published: true

Step.5

Publish your article. Save and Commit. Then you can see your article at http://USERNAME.github.com/.

References

Want to customize ?

Sure, first and foremost, you should edit _config.yml file. check the wiki out !

License

Licensed under the MIT License.