Building a kick-ass community web site in less than a month

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How we've setup our community web site, http://www.cloudifysource.org, for Cloudify, GigaSpaces' new open source PaaS stack, in less than a month by using open source and SaaS tools such as Github, …

How we've setup our community web site, http://www.cloudifysource.org, for Cloudify, GigaSpaces' new open source PaaS stack, in less than a month by using open source and SaaS tools such as Github, Jekyll, Disqus, Zendesk and others.

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  • It “takes” a directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile and Liquid converters, and then spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server

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  • 1. Building a Kick-Ass Developer Community Website in Less than a Month Tamir Korem, Developer Relations, @cloudifysource Uri Cohen, Head of Product, @uri18031
  • 2. TODAY, MORE THAN EVER, IT’S A DEVELOPER’S WORLD
  • 3. REQUIREMENTS (FROM THE BACK OF MY HEAD…) SEO Blogs Issues Analytics Docs Code Search Forums Videos Comments Rating Social3
  • 4. NO SERVERS4
  • 5. ALL WE KNOW IS JAVASCRIPT AND HTML5
  • 6. HAVE A UNIQUE LOOK & FEEL6
  • 7. SPEED, SPEED, SPEED7
  • 8. BONUS: GET MEMBERS TO CONTRIBUTE CONTENT8
  • 9. AND, IT HAS TO BE COOL, FONZY COOL9
  • 10. FROM CONSTRAINTS TO REALITY10
  • 11. DISQUS – COMMENT, SHARE, RATE11
  • 12. DISQUS – COMMENT, SHARE, RATE12
  • 13. GOOGLE SEARCH API13
  • 14. GOOGLE SEARCH API14
  • 15. GITHUB PAGES It’s a static web site that’s a repo  Shareable  Forkable  FAST  Flexible And then there’s Jekyll…15
  • 16. INTRODUCING JEKYLL Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator built in Ruby.16
  • 17. MORE ABOUT JEKYLL What Jekyll does Who uses it Geared for Blog Sites  Paging  Categories  Tags Pluggable Supports several markups
  • 18. JEKYLL – THE SITE GENERATOR
  • 19. TEXTILE19
  • 20. THE MAIN BLOG PAGE
  • 21. THE MAINBLOG.HTML LAYOUT
  • 22. AND THIS THE END RESULT
  • 23. GET INVOLVED! Community site www.cloudifysource.org OSS project repo: github.com/CloudifySource/cloudify Community web site repo: github.com/CloudifySource/cloudifysource.github.com Jira: https://cloudifysource.atlassian.net/23
  • 24. Q&A24
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