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Planet Gluster is a blog aggregator.

It is based on middleman-planet
which in turn is based on middleman-springboard.
It combines the article feeds from several blog and news sites into one web page.

How to add or remove feeds?

Edit data/feeds.yml to add or remove feeds.

Optionally you can add an "avatar" image (png/jpeg/svg) to
source/images/planet/. There are no strict restrictions, only that the image
should be roughly square in aspect ratio and 96 pixels or larger in shortest
edge.

If you don't specify an avatar for your feed, a placeholder image is displayed
instead.

Example:

Joe's Blog:
  image: avatar_image_file.png
  rounded: false
  feed: [feed url]

Middleman-Springboard

Springboard is a starter-pack for Middleman, for quickly whipping together
static-based websites.

To get started, you need to have Ruby and Ruby Gems installed, as well
as "bundler".

Initial setup

Before you do anything else, remember this:

When you use middleman-springboard, remember that sites are a fork of this
repository. Be sure you change your origin before you push. You can do this
automatically when forking this repository.

You can push small changes back upream to this repository, as well as pull in
changes made too — but try to keep forks separate. Thanks!

Fedora, RHEL, & CentOS

git clone https://github.com/OSAS/middleman-springboard.git YOUR_PROJECT
cd YOUR_PROJECT
./setup.sh # This script assumes your user account has sudo rights

Other Linux distributions

Currently, setup.sh is a super-simple script that only has support for
Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS.

(Pull requests to add support for other distributions and operating systems
are welcome.)

Be sure you have a C++ and Ruby development environment, as well as Ruby Gems
and Bundler, then run the following:

git clone https://github.com/OSAS/middleman-springboard.git YOUR_PROJECT
cd YOUR_PROJECT
bundle install

Running a local server

  1. Start a local Middleman server:

    ./run-server.sh

    This will update your locally installed gems and start a Middleman
    development server.

  2. Next, browse to http://0.0.0.0:4567

  3. Edit!

    When you edit files (pages, layouts, CSS, etc.), the site will
    dyanmically update in development mode. (There's no need to refresh
    the page, unless you get a Ruby error.)

Customizing your site

The site can be easily customized by editing data/site.yml.

Adding a Post

To add a post to the community blog (or any blog managed by middleman) use:

bundle exec middleman article TITLE

Build your static site

After getting it how you want, you can build the static site by running:

bundle exec middleman build

Deploying

Setting up deployment

FIXME: Right now, please reference <data/site.yml>

Actual deployment

After copying your public key to the remote server and configuring your
site in <data/site.yml>, deployment is one simple command:

bundle exec middleman deploy

Add new features (parsers, etc.)

Simply add a new gem 'some-gem-here' line in the Gemfile and run
bundle install

More info

For more information, please check the excellent
Middleman documentation.

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