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Everybody is invited to contribute.


By email

Just send an email to polyhedral@grosser.es and the content will be integrated.

Directly change the repository

1. Clone the website

git clone https://github.com/tobig/polyhedral.info.git

2. Perform your changes

3. Submit changes

Use git format-patch origin/HEAD to obtain patch files containing your changes and submit those patches to polyhedral@grosser.es.

How to add/change content

Add a new page

To add a new page, copy the file index.md to newpage.md and change the title tag at the top of the file. You can now reference this page by adding links to newpage.html.

Change a page

To change the content of software.html, open the file software.md in your favorite text editor and modify the content as you like. Pages are stored in individual text files, which can be edited with your normal text editor and which are formatted using Markdown.

Add a new publication

Publications are added by modifying the Publications.bib file. The publications page is automatically derived from this tex file. To cite a publication that is part of the Publications.bib file, just add <a class="citation">QUILLERE2000</a> to any page. This will create the following citation QUILLERE2000.

Write a blog entry

Blog entries are normal pages stored in the folder _posts and using the naming convention yyyy-mm-dd-page-title.md. They automatically show up in the newest post list.


You can also use MathJax to include latex formulars in your code. The following example shows the code you would create as well as its rendered version:

When $a \ne 0$, there are two solutions to $ax^2 + bx + c = 0$ and they are
$$x = {-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac} \over 2a}.$$

When $a \ne 0$, there are two solutions to $ax^2 + bx + c = 0$ and they are

Test changes

To test changes you propose for inclusion, it may be useful to run this website at home.

Install jekyll

On Linux (debian/Ubuntu) this can be done by running apt-get install jekyll. For other systems see the detailed install instructions

Run the website locally

   $jekyll serve --watch

View the website

Open with your web browser.

History of the website

The history of this website including the individual contributors and their contributions is available in the git repository.