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Event meta informations #14

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nougad commented Aug 16, 2013

Hey. I wrote a couple of month ago about generating the ical out of the jekyll posts. Now I did it.

I think the code should explain the most. It needs a little bit more css but it should work.

It was the first time I looked at jekyll (And I'm hate it) and I really don't like ruby. So my solution might not be the cleanest. Feedback is welcome.

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This looks awesome, I will have a look on the commits as soon as the eurucamp in Berlin is over.

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wikimatze commented Aug 18, 2013

This looks awesome, I will have a look on the commits as soon as the eurucamp in Berlin is over.

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jekyll build is running fine and the files are generated but I can't call the webserver on localhost:4000 with jekyll serve. I don't even see an error. I tried some of commits and as soon as I removed your locations settings from the config.yml it is working fine. I tried it with ruby 2.0.0p247 and ruby 1.9.3-p429 and still got the same errors. Can you try it on your machine?

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wikimatze commented Aug 18, 2013

jekyll build is running fine and the files are generated but I can't call the webserver on localhost:4000 with jekyll serve. I don't even see an error. I tried some of commits and as soon as I removed your locations settings from the config.yml it is working fine. I tried it with ruby 2.0.0p247 and ruby 1.9.3-p429 and still got the same errors. Can you try it on your machine?

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ah ok, I haven't use jekyll serve (i like python -m http.server for static files). The problem is the baseurl setting I need for the links in the ical. jekyll use this special name for own stuff: http://jekyllrb.com/docs/upgrading/#baseurl

I rename it to siteurl.

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nougad commented Aug 18, 2013

ah ok, I haven't use jekyll serve (i like python -m http.server for static files). The problem is the baseurl setting I need for the links in the ical. jekyll use this special name for own stuff: http://jekyllrb.com/docs/upgrading/#baseurl

I rename it to siteurl.

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btw: the sitemap plugin uses baseurl too (maybe I got this name form there) - But the config entry doesn't exists. So all urls are relative. Maybe the sitemap plugin should use siteurl as well

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nougad commented Aug 18, 2013

btw: the sitemap plugin uses baseurl too (maybe I got this name form there) - But the config entry doesn't exists. So all urls are relative. Maybe the sitemap plugin should use siteurl as well

@wikimatze wikimatze merged commit 50dab71 into vimberlin:gh-pages Aug 18, 2013

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Thanks for your effort!

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wikimatze commented Aug 19, 2013

Thanks for your effort!

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