[python-uk] Static site generators with Python
alistair.broomhead at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 15:18:20 EDT 2016
It's also worth looking at circleci and buildbot, where the latter is run
locally, which has its own pros and cons, and the former has had a lot of
hype because of support for parallelism. Travis has good integration with
slack though which is cool, and it has a lot of community support.
On Fri, 2 Sep 2016, 19:58 Andy Robinson, <andy at reportlab.com> wrote:
> On 2 September 2016 at 19:30, Stestagg <stestagg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Andy
> > We use travis to build the site. You can see the travis yaml file and
> > scripts in our repo:
> > If you can make your repo public, I would recommend travis as a great
> way to
> > build your site.
> We can
> > If you've any questions, please ask on or off list.
> Thanks for this. I have never touched Travis, but it's time I learned.
> If I understand correctly, it's a hosted service which can do pretty
> much anything you want when it sees a commit; in this case
> - pull from jobs repo
> - generate output files
> - push back the finished HTML up to the GitHub repo
> (Yes, I've been under a rock for about 10 years)
> I am embarking on a rather ambitious project to modernise an entire
> sport. Thousands of clubs have the problem of somewhere between zero
> and one webmasters at any one time, and the dynamic things they need
> to do - fixture lists, race results - can just about all he handled by
> no need for database server. And GitHub solves the problem of letting
> multiple people access the repo and write/edit stories with no coding
> Speaking of which, is or was anyone on this site involved with
> athletics or running?
> - Andy
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