I should add that you do not have to use Jekyll, you can use any html, and
any tool that generates html, EG: Sphinx  <http://sphinx-doc.org/>See
this site for an example <http://mikofski.github.io/JGit4MATLAB/> 
The way ghpages is setup in your repository, you will want to use the subtree
merge strategy <http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Tools-Subtree-Merging>.  See
this SO post on how easy this is.<http://stackoverflow.com/a/19302892/1020470>
On Friday, December 13, 2013 10:43:42 AM UTC-8, Mark Mikofski wrote:
> Github pages <http://pages.github.com/>  is exactly what you want:
> - *easy!*
> - uses *Jekyll*
> - auto build with feedback on
> - Jekyll and Ruby are *not* required on host *unless you want to
> test build* before pushing to ghpages!
> - *free *web hosting
> - many popular themes (EG: dinky <https://github.com/broccolini/dinky>
> - *Git*
> - *free* repo hosting
>  http://pages.github.com/
>  https://github.com/broccolini/dinky
> On Thursday, December 12, 2013 7:40:22 AM UTC-8, Ron K Jeffries wrote:
>> I'm aware of git, but have not used it myself. Now I want to set up a
>> static blog site on AWS S3, using [TBD tool, Jekyll seems promising...]
>> to pump out the HTML etc.
>> My preference would be a Git workflow that accommodates my heavy (but not
>> exclusive) use of ChromeOS. That implies (I think...) that instead of
>> having a local git repository, my git would live in the cloud somewhere.
>> Advice please. I need to get my act together and DO this rather than
>> THINK ABOUT doing it. LOL
>> ron k jeffries 805-567-4670 mobile
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