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Tips, tricks and notes on building Jekyll-based websites

This is a collection of articles about how Linaro uses Jekyll and other tools to build its websites. This particular post will be the main index page and will link out to the other posts.

It should be noted that I will be focusing on the tools and technology, rather than tips on Jekyll itself (like how to build a theme). There are better qualified people than myself to write about such topics 😊

Building a Website That Costs Pennies to Operate

Linaro sites and repositories

Automating Site Building

Link checking static websites

Improving web site quality through tighter GitHub/Bamboo integration

Future topics (partly so I remember what I want to write about):

  • Triggering GitHub tests when a Pull Request is opened
  • Moving to a Docker container for building the site
  • Edge redirects

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