[python-uk] job postings to this list
stestagg at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 14:30:14 EDT 2016
We use travis to build the site. You can see the travis yaml file and build
scripts in our repo:
The scripts are a bit more complex than they need to be because I
segregated the actual job .md files out from the rest of the site
structure. For pythonjobs this is good because it makes it hard for people
to accidentally submit pull requests to the jobs repo that affect the
templates and general site structure. Plus we can manage the access
controls more carefully.
If you can make your repo public, I would recommend travis as a great way
to build your site.
If you've any questions, please ask on or off list.
On Fri, 2 Sep 2016 at 17:49, Andy Robinson <andy at reportlab.com> wrote:
> Chris, thanks for pointing out the new job site, which I had not
> really clocked.
> I have a question about pythonjobs.github.io (assuming Steve Stagg
> reads this list). I'm looking at Jekyll / GitHub Pages for a number
> of static sites for sports clubs, where we need to get them up and
> running but really want zero administration.
> Pros: just push, and GutHub rebuilds the live site for you in seconds
> Cons: faffing around with Ruby when I know Python, learning
> templating systems "similar but different" to ones I know
> With Hyde, do you have something rigged up to rebuild the site
> automatically on pushing? Or are you running a script on a dev
> machine after the pull request, and pushing up all the generated HTML
> files yourself?
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