Thank you for your hard work on this. I just looked at the new site and
while I didn't look at it in detail, I thiink it looks great,
On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 2:57 PM, Wick, Ryan David <[log in to unmask]
> https://code4lib.org/ is now restored with a static site version in
> Jekyll, https://jekyllrb.com/
> Code4Lib.org was running Drupal 7, and fell to the recent mega Drupal
> hack. Instead of trying to completely clean and rebuild that site in
> Drupal, and because there had already been talk of moving to a static site,
> I tried out the Jekyll Drupal 7 importer from the MySQL database, and it
> worked very well.
> After some cleanup, I have the Jekyll site deployed to code4lib.org, and
> the code on GitHub and ready for others to help with:
> I've added several known issues, though I'm sure there are more and am
> hoping others can help find, add and fix them. The setup should be similar
> to the 2016-2018 conference websites, though this isn't hosted on GitHub
> Pages. Deploys are manual right now, by me, but I'm looking into other
> I think anyone in the Code4Lib GitHub org can review and merge a Pull
> Request, though if not let me know.
> All previously uploaded slides, notes and the logo files are in /files and
> existing links to those should mostly work.
> New content is welcome too, more instructions for that later but you can
> copy and change an existing post in _posts, updating the date and text.
> There's likely a better theme option than Minima but it worked to get
> I'll keep an eye on the GitHub repo but if you have any questions you can
> email me or find me in Slack.
> Ryan Wick