[Tor www-team] [Back-end][CMS]

Alex Lynham acelynham at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 10 09:02:53 UTC 2014

Jekyll is basically a set of markdown files you edit in a text editor and then they're rendered in the browser as valid HTML by the generator (liquid, I think). It's pretty simple to set up and use, but you have to be comfortable with typing away in the markdown syntax. From the previous thread, seems like Middleman is a similar concept except perhaps with more internationalization options out of the box. 

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Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2014 17:08:43 -0500
From: olssy1 at gmail.com
To: www-team at lists.torproject.org
Subject: [Tor www-team] [Back-end][CMS]

Starting this thread to discuss the different solutions, what they offer and how many people have used them before.
I know Drupal better than other CMSs and it fits the requirements although static generation is not out of the box but supported by a module(like most things in Drupal). Content is usually created and modified through a web interface that offers either source code view or a WYSIWYG GUI but can be template based using text files on disk.

Can anyone explain a bit how Jekyll would work in the context of the Tor website? Do users need to create the content on disk or through a web interface?

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