TestFest Website

I’ve set up a GitHub repository for us to collaborate on putting
together resources for the PHP TestFest.

https://github.com/phpcommunity/phptestfest.org

The docs/ directory is set up to serve the website at
https://phptestfest.org/, so let’s use that to put up some good
resources and documentation for the PHP TestFest.

Folks with good design/layout/IA skills are welcome to contribute!

While we can use straight HTML, GitHub also supports using Jekyll
templates and Markdown. If interested in taking this approach, check
out
https://help.github.com/articles/using-jekyll-as-a-static-site-generator-with-github-pages/

Cheers,
Ben

Nice to see it, Ben. A question: are you going to manage all pull requests?

In case you want a help, http://github.com/rogeriopradoj.

Best

Rogerio
PHPSP - São Paulo, Brazil PHP UG

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On Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 11:15:00 PM UTC-3, Ben Ramsey wrote:

I’ve set up a GitHub repository for us to collaborate on putting
together resources for the PHP TestFest.

https://github.com/phpcommunity/phptestfest.org

The docs/ directory is set up to serve the website at
https://phptestfest.org/, so let’s use that to put up some good
resources and documentation for the PHP TestFest.

Folks with good design/layout/IA skills are welcome to contribute!

While we can use straight HTML, GitHub also supports using Jekyll
templates and Markdown. If interested in taking this approach, check
out

https://help.github.com/articles/using-jekyll-as-a-static-site-generator-with-github-pages/

Cheers,
Ben

Thanks, Rogerio! I’ve already added a few people so that I’m not the only one with the ability to accept pull requests. I’ve just added you, too.

Cheers,
Ben

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On Jun 20, 2017, at 05:42, Rogerio Prado de Jesus <rogeriopradoj@gmail.com> wrote:

Nice to see it, Ben. A question: are you going to manage all pull requests?

In case you want a help, http://github.com/rogeriopradoj.

Best

Rogerio
PHPSP - São Paulo, Brazil PHP UG

On Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 11:15:00 PM UTC-3, Ben Ramsey wrote:
I’ve set up a GitHub repository for us to collaborate on putting
together resources for the PHP TestFest.

https://github.com/phpcommunity/phptestfest.org

The docs/ directory is set up to serve the website at
https://phptestfest.org/, so let’s use that to put up some good
resources and documentation for the PHP TestFest.

Folks with good design/layout/IA skills are welcome to contribute!

While we can use straight HTML, GitHub also supports using Jekyll
templates and Markdown. If interested in taking this approach, check
out
https://help.github.com/articles/using-jekyll-as-a-static-site-generator-with-github-pages/

Cheers,
Ben

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