Uncoded.org website source code
If you have
Docker, clone a copy of the repo, then run:
docker run -p 4000:4000 -v "$PWD:/site" bretfisher/jekyll-serve
- This simple one line command will use Docker to build and host Jekyll using the Docker project jekyll-serve
- Edit code
- To view, visit: http://localhost:4000
Helping is easy. You don't even need Jekyll, but it helps. Changes and pull requests are encouraged. Want to fix a typo, link, or add some missing info? Add a page, or more? Please, go for it! You just need to fork the repo and make changes.
- Fork the repository
- Make changes following Github Flow
- Optionally, enable Travis for yourself on this repo: https://travis-ci.org/profile/username (read more)
- Create a
Pull Requestto share: How to create a Pull Request
To help, you'll need to setup Github. A text editor (or IDE), and either Docker or Jekyll installed locally also makes it easier than working on Github directly.
- Create a Github account.
- Fork the repository & Make changes to this repo.
- Optional, for local development:
- Setup Github SSH Access
- Follow Github Flow (Branch, Make Changes, Pull Request)
- Option A: Helping with Docker: Install Docker
- Option B: Helping with Jekyll: Install Jekyll
- If you're working on Github, you'll likely need to merge
gh-pagesRead more about Github pages. Note: Again, we're using Jekyll. And your setup is likely for a user not an organization.
- Optionally, view your github fork locally or on Github (
gh-pagesbranch). To find this, click your repo settings and look for the URL where it's published:
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