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README.md

unmonastery.org

The main website for unMonastery.

Getting Started

  1. Install DocPad into an empty directory.

  2. Clone the project and run the server

    cd [your-directory] docpad run git clone git://github.com/unmonastery/unmonastery.org . npm install docpad install markd docpad install eco docpad install less docpad run

    
    1. [Open http://localhost:9778/](http://localhost:9778/)
    
    1. Start hacking away by modifying the `src` directory
    
    
    ## I'm getting EMFILE errors
    
    [See here for the reason why and the solution](http://docpad.org/docs/troubleshoot#i-m-getting-emfile-too-many-open-files)
    
    
    ## License
    
    The skeleton this website is built on is made ["public domain"](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain) using the [Creative Commons Zero](http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/), as such before you publish your website you should place your desired license here and within the `LICENSE.md` file.
    
    If you are wanting to open-source your website, we suggest using the [Creative Commons Attribution License](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) for content and the [MIT License](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/MIT/) for code. In which case you'd probably want to use the following as your license:
    
    Unless stated otherwise, all content is licensed under the [Creative Commons Attribution License](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) and code licensed under the [MIT License](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/MIT/), © [Your Name](http://your.website)
    
    If you are wanting to close-source your website, we'd suggest using the following:
    
    Copyright [Your Name](http://your.website). All rights reserved.
    
    Other included things such as themes and libraries are likely already licensed by their own individual licenses, so be sure to respect their licenses too.