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I’ve already covered some articles about automation with Travis-ci, GitHub, and one step that seems a show-stopper for many users when trying to build a website is on one side, the investment (domain, hosting, etc), the backend being used (wordpress, static generators, etc)…
While preparing a talk for a group of coworkers covering several of those aspects, I came with the idea to create Blog-o-Matic, implementing many of those ‘learnings’ in a ‘canned’ way that can be easy to consume by users.
Blog-o-Matic, uses several discussed topics so far:
- Github and GH Pages for hosting the source and the website
- travis-ci.org for automating the update and generation process
- ‘Pelican’ for static rendering of your blog from the markdown or asciidoc articles
- ‘Elegant’ for the ‘Theme’
- peru for automating repository upgrades for plugins, etc
The setup process is outlined at its README.md and just requires a few steps to setup that, from that point, will allow you to get your website published each time you commit a new document to the content folder.
You can also check the ‘generated’ website after instalation via https://iranzo.github.io/blog-o-matic
Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Pablo Iranzo Gómez: Blog-o-Matic – quickly get a GitHub hosted blog with Pelican, Elegant with little setup steps..
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