[Mono-list] Mono Project website
bob at summerwill.net
Tue Jun 17 19:45:33 UTC 2014
Looks great, Alex!
On Jun 17, 2014 7:36 AM, "akoeplinger" <alex.koeplinger at outlook.com> wrote:
> A little background info: the site uses Jekyll (http://jekyllrb.com), a
> static site generator.
> Jekyll is supported natively by GitHub Pages, which means they'll run the
> generation and push the result to their CDN on every commit to the
> repository. That should also allow for a pretty smooth editing experience
> for contributors, as clicking the "edit" button on the respective page on
> GitHub automatically prepares a pull request - all from the web UI.
> For larger contributions it'll make more sense to preview locally, so I'll
> add some instructions how to setup Jekyll to the readme later.
> The front-end uses Zurb Foundation (similar to Bootstrap).
> All content of the old site is in /old_site and I've migrated most of the
> relevant pages (well, those that seemed relevant to me) to /docs with a new
> structure. Some pages where I'm still not sure where to put them are in
> Question: does the new structure under /docs make sense? I think we'll
> replicate that structure on the documentation landing page in some way,
> links to the getting started guides etc.
> As others have noted, many pages are severly outdated or contain invalid
> links. Fixing that will be the next step, but I'd appreciate some feedback
> whether the structure makes sense so far.
> -- Alex
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