Run an open-source project? Submit a Pull Request to add yourself to the list!
Visit the website: up-for-grabs.net
Add your project
Each of the projects is a file in the projects folder - to add yours, create a new file named after your project, ending in
.yml. Ensure all spaces and special characters are replaced with
-, to make everyone's life easier. This guide shows you how to create the file directly in your browser without cloning the repository.
The contents of the file are just some details about the project:
name: *your project here* desc: *some details about the project* site: *home page or repository URL* tags: # Note those are tags categorizing your project, not issue labels. - *tags* - *to* - *search* - *on* upforgrabs: name: *the label associated with your tasks* link: *URL which users can view the tasks*
Check out the up-for-grabs file for an example of this project structure.
Use the Yeoman Generator
If you'd like to use a generator to create your project's file, you can certainly do so!
Install the generator, then run it and walk through the steps.
npm install -g generator-up-for-grabs yo up-for-grabs
Testing the site locally
If you haven't already, clone the repository to your machine:
git clone https://github.com/up-for-grabs/up-for-grabs.net.git
If you have a fork of the repository, change
up-for-grabs for your GitHub account name above.
You need Ruby and Bundler installed to test the site - you can confirm these are present by running these commands:
ruby -v bundle -v
If you're happy with that, run these commands in the directory where you cloned the up-for-grabs repository:
bundle install jekyll serve --watch
Alternatively, the application can be run in a Docker container:
Then open your browser to
localhost:4000 to view the site.