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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: git-based site and jekyll
Date Tue, 22 Mar 2016 02:17:32 GMT
Moved the anchor links to the right side again :)

In your post-commit hook, `mktemp` doesn't work on OSX with the 
`--tmpdir` option.

Have you made a canonical "How to update the website" page yet?

Christopher wrote:
> I didn't see anything which indicated we had those in the past. Maybe it
> was something CMS was doing special, but I figured out how to get the
> section links present.
> On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 5:21 PM Christopher<>  wrote:
>> I don't think I ever noticed those before. There might be a kramdown
>> option we can turn on.
>> On Sat, Mar 19, 2016, 16:55 Josh Elser<>  wrote:
>>> One thing I just noticed is that the quick "anchor" links at the end of
>>> each header (specifically on the release notes page) are missing.
>>> I liked those because it was easy to click the header to get a url and
>>> use it to reference.
>>> The IDs are still there on each section, just the quick link to get
>>> there is missing (so I have to look it up). Not sure if there is an easy
>>> way to get this with Jekyll (or if it'd just be something we have to do
>>> by hand).
>>> Christopher wrote:
>>>> There's plenty of room for improvement to the new git/Jekyll site. For
>>>> instance, we can start blogging there, so we have greater control over
>>> the
>>>> look and feel of our blog posts, and so any committer can blog without
>>>> needing to request an extra account. At some point, I think it'd be
>>> good to
>>>> migrate our existing blogs over to this.
>>>> Another thing we can do is put our release notes in an RSS feed, so
>>> users
>>>> subscribe to new release announcements/notes. I might put some thought
>>> into
>>>> that at a later point in time. For now, I'm just happy we're on git for
>>>> everything except the mirroring (for which I'm
>>>> totally fine using git-svn).

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