|author||Sebastian Krzyszkowiak <email@example.com>||2016-03-03 00:02:07 +0100|
|committer||Sebastian Krzyszkowiak <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-03-03 00:02:07 +0100|
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+NEO900.ORG WWW SITE README
+The Neo900 website is generated by static site generator called Pelican.
+In should be available in most distros as "pelican" or "python-pelican" package.
+To launch development server with autorefresh:
+ make start
+It should now listen to port 8000. Analogically, "make stop" stops the server.
+ /content - news entries
+ /content/pages - pages like "Donate", "Contact us", "Specs" etc.
+ /content/ublog - microblog entries
+ /theme/static - static files copied to output directory with no modifications
+ /theme/templates - main page and templates for pages for stuff like news entries (some are unused)
+ /output - the directory where Pelican outputs the page files. Usually shouldn't matter (dev server exposes it via HTTP,
+ and the deploy script launches Pelican by itself), but may be handy when debugging.
+For more details on how to write posts with Pelican, refer to http://docs.getpelican.com/en/3.6.0/content.html
+Note that we're using HTML format everywhere, so while reStructuredText and Markdown would work as well, using HTML
+is probably the best for consistency. However, remember that this HTML (especially <meta> tags) as in /content, /content/pages,
+and /content/ublog directories is not the HTML that gets into the browser - <meta> tags will be parsed, and <body> tag wrapped with
+the appropiate template to add stuff like header and footer.
+You can make a "one shot" build to /output with: