[Om] OpenMath Organization at github

Paul Libbrecht paul at hoplahup.net
Sat Jul 2 21:59:19 CEST 2016

Amazing. This looks like something that might bring back shared
responsability of deploying to web (which got kind of lost between the
late DFKI and RIACA hosting, I believe).

And... still no cost?
Or some volume limitation?
Also: Are media-types adjustments possible? (and... some


> Konrad Hinsen <mailto:konrad.hinsen at fastmail.net>
> 2 July 2016 at 21:03
> On 02/07/2016 14:47, Paul Libbrecht wrote:
> >> As far as I know, GitHub web pages do not allow a flexible upload from
> >> statically generated html pages. Or does it?
> It does. The Web site contents are defined by the head of the branch
> gh-pages in a repository, and by the head of the master branch of a
> repository called organization.github.io for an organization-level
> site. You can push static HTML of whatever origin there, no questions
> asked. There is additional support for having Jekyll run
> automatically, but that's optional.
> I run my blog as a static site generated by frog, and the companion
> site to my book as a static site generated by couscous, both being
> hosted on GitHub. Couscous even supports one-command deployment to
> GitHub as a built-in feature.

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