Continuing my new blog series, here’s my open-source contributions for this past month: Created and launched the Hugo Newsletter. - https://github.com/felicianotech/hugonewsletter.com Discourse.Directory: added two more communities. - https://github.com/felicianotech/discourse.directory CI Builds: added proper AWS CLI version support to the AWS CLI image. - https://github.com/cibuilds/aws/pull/1 Fixed a link on the Ubuntu website. - https://github.com/canonical-websites/www.ubuntu.com/pull/2761 CI Builds: added an image for Snapcraft. - https://github.com/cibuilds/snapcraft
Continuing my new blog series, here’s my open-source contributions for this past month: Developer Roadmap: Added CircleCI, Packer, MTR, and some fixes to the DevOps roadmap. - https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap/pull/308 Hugo: Small Hugo Docs change. - https://github.com/gohugoio/hugoDocs/pull/278 Hugo: Small Hugo Themes Website change (related to above Docs change). - https://github.com/gohugoio/gohugoioTheme/pull/76 Docker Hugo: Added cURL to Hugo Docker image. - https://github.com/felicianotech/docker-hugo/pull/36 CI Builds: Created AWS Continuous Integration Docker image. - https://github.com/cibuilds/aws Snapcraft: Tiny footer improvement. continue reading →
Last week I gave a talk for the Write the Docs NYC January meetup called “Docs Community Management on GitHub”. Here’s the slides: More Information Write the Docs NYC Website Twitter Meetup.com Google Slides Direct Link
Continuing my new blog series, here’s this month’s open-source contributions: Hugo: Fixed docs for ref and relref functions. - https://github.com/gohugoio/hugoDocs/pull/274 Hugo: Add Reverse function to Taxonomy doc. - https://github.com/gohugoio/hugoDocs/pull/276 Discourse.Directory: Added 4 new Discourse communities. - https://github.com/felicianotech/discourse.directory/commits?author=felicianotech&since=2017-12-01T05:00:00Z&until=2018-01-01T05:00:00Z
Continuing my new blog series, here’s this month’s open-source contributions: Docker Hugo: Bumped Ruby version used to v2.4.x. - https://github.com/felicianotech/docker-hugo/pull/25 Docker Hugo: Fixed issue where the old Docker Hub repo wasn’t getting all new tags. - https://github.com/felicianotech/docker-hugo/pull/24 Created the “Hugo Scaffold” project as a way for me to create new Hugo-based sites faster. - https://github.com/felicianotech/hugo-scaffold Otherwise it was a fairly slow month for my contributions.
Congratulations to everyone who worked on and shipped Ubuntu 17.10 “Artful Aardvark”. As per usual, I just want to remind everyone that you can download the Ubuntu 17.10 ISOs via torrent. This allows you to reduce the strain on Canonical’s (and their mirror) servers while possibly being a faster download as well. Here are the torrents for both the desktop and server release: Ubuntu 17.10 Desktop (64-bit) Ubuntu 17.10 Server (64-bit) Don’t forget to seed! continue reading →
Continuing my new blog series, here’s this month’s open-source contributions: Lean Launch Page: Released a new Hugo theme called Lean Launch Page. - https://github.com/felicianotech/hugo-theme-lean-launch-page Hugo: Issue on YAML data files not unmarshalling correctly when the root node is a YAML sequence/list. - https://gohugo.io/ mikefarah/yaml: Issue on supporting --version. It was implemented. - https://github.com/mikefarah/yaml/issues/24 GitHub Corners: Continuing my campaigning of fixing misspellings of the word GitHub around the Internet. - https://github. continue reading →
Hugo v0.27 has been released today. Let’s dive into what’s new, get links to download, and more.continue reading →