Tag Archives: Github

Reclaiming Jekyll (Two Years Later)

Two years ago Tim wrote a great post detailing how you can get Jekyll up and running in shared hosting on Reclaim Hosting.* I’m late to this party, obviously, but playing with Grav recently led me back into Github thanks to … Continue reading

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Domain Mapping on GitHub

Over the last couple of weeks a number of requests have come in at Reclaim Hosting from folks who what to map their domain (or a subdomain) on another service. I’ve been writing about domain mapping for years on the bava, and I … Continue reading

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Reclaim and the Translation of EdTech

Jim Groom on Reclaim and the translation of edtech from UCalgary Taylor Institute on Vimeo. D’Arcy Norman posted this one video that parts of a larger documentary project he started while at UMW for the Reclaim Your Domain Hackathon. I don’t get to see … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Jekyll on GitHub

Jekyll is your page and blog template framework… —Kin Lane I actually got my Reclaim Your Domain blog up and running on Jekyll through GitHub. I’ve been experimenting with mapping a domain on GitHub and getting a basic Jekyll site up … Continue reading

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I’m No Doctor of Jekyll

While sick during the week I decided to explore how I could map a domain on GitHub and get up and running with Jekyll, the static-file blog application that runs on GitHub. It took me most of the day, but … Continue reading

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Technical Vistas: Flat Files and APIs

It’s been an exciting time at DTLT for a bunch of reasons, not least of which is that the Domain of One’s Own project, much like the Death Star, has been fully operational for more than a semester now. We’ve … Continue reading

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