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This project is hoping to create a knowledge repository of accumulated experience in the fight for a free and open Internet. All our documentations, guides, code, and research are published under GNU General Public License (GPLv3)
We welcome and appreciate any contributions, suggestions, and critique.
Hugo is an open-source static site generator that provides us with templates, content management in a standard directory structure, and a website generation engine. You write the pages in Markdown (or HTML if you want), and Hugo wraps them up into a website.
This Project and all it’s related materials are hosted on GitHub.
We use GitHub pull requests to receive contributions and submissions, Consult GitHub Help for more information on using pull requests.
Creating an issue
If you’ve found a problem in the docs, but you’re not sure how to fix it yourself, please create an issue in the Documentations repo. You can also create an issue about a specific page by clicking the Create Issue button in the top right hand corner of the page.
- Docsy user guide: All about Docsy Hugo theme, including how it manages navigation, look and feel, and multi-language support.
- Hugo documentation: Comprehensive reference for Hugo.
- Github Hello World!: A basic introduction to GitHub concepts and workflow.
Updating a single page
If you’ve just spotted something you’d like to change while using the docs, Docsy has a shortcut for you:
1- Click Edit this page in the top right hand corner of the page. 2- If you don’t already have an up to date fork of the project repo, you are prompted to get one - click Fork this repository and propose changes or Update your Fork to get an up to date version of the project to edit. The appropriate page in your fork is displayed in edit mode.
Previewing your changes locally
If you want to run your own local Hugo server to preview your changes as you work:
1- Follow the instructions here Getting started to install Hugo and any other tools you need. You’ll need at least Hugo version 0.45 (we recommend using the most recent available version), and it must be the extended version, which supports SCSS.
2- Fork the project website repository repo into your own project, clone it to your local machine
git clone [your fork address]
hugo server in the site root directory.
By default your site will be available at http://localhost:1313/. Now that you’re serving your site locally, Hugo will watch for changes to the content and automatically refresh your site.
4- Continue with the usual GitHub workflow to edit files, commit them, push the changes up to your fork, and create a pull request.
We hope our documentations will be accessible to as many people as possible, if you find it useful and willing to localize it to unavailable language, or have suggestions to improve an existing translation, we welcome and appreciate your efforts, we use GitHub workflow.
After forking the website repository to your own project/account
- Create a directory under
- Add the new language under
Example of the required values
[languages.en] title = "Icarus Project" description = "Testign and documenting Internet censorship circumvention techniques" languageName ="English" languagedirection = "ltr" contentDir = "content/en" weight = 1 time_format_default = "02.01.2006" time_format_blog = "02.01.2006"
- Follow Docsy’s guide on how to translate the theme’s UI strings (text for buttons etc.)
- Submit your changes in a pull request
Arabic (coming soon!)