1. 12 Apr, 2016 1 commit
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      Multiple changes required to move to GitLab Pages for ease of maintenance · a231a283
      Richard Perry authored
      - Added the following Gems that can be used with GitLab Pages natively (actually,
        anything can be used with GitLab Pages and their shared runners setup. No more
        safe mode Jekyll for me 😃)
        - jemoji
        - jekyll-paginate
        - jekyll-gist
        - jekyll-redirect-from
        - jekyll-sitemap
      - Removed the pages.rb plugin and moved the pages into the Pages folder so that
        Jekyll would process them.
      - Removed the redirect pages and added the necessary YAML frontmatter for the
        jekyll-redirect-from gem
      - Removed the RSS Feed xsl and css files
      - Removed the need for the Rakefile, Gruntfile etc
      - Put the css into a sass file so Jekyll could combine them itself and added the
        sas declarations to _config.yml
      - Removed the sitemap.xml file in lieu of the jekyll-sitemap gem
      - Removed the defunct javascript files
      - Removed the CNAME file as it isn't needed in GitLab
      - Changed back to the old Flickr plugin as it seems to work better
      
      Now I just have to work out how to merge this back into the source branch and
      then rename that to pages so we don't have any unnecessary branches lying
      around 😃
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  2. 08 Apr, 2016 1 commit
  3. 09 May, 2014 1 commit
  4. 14 Mar, 2014 1 commit
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      Initial site import · f629c223
      Richard Perry authored
      Initialised a new Jekyll site
      Copied the Rakfile, Gemfile, .git* files, README.md, data, layouts, includes, styles, scripts, plugins, index.html & archives.html from richardp2.github.io
      Imported Wordpress posts
      Changed header image
      Updated Rakefile
      Updated README.md
      Updated links.yml
      Updated author box in the sidebar & authors.yml
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