As you might have noticed, Sneakers got a refreshing facelift and a new website!
The goal was both to indicate we're going 1.0, and to set up a worthy go-to place for the now evolving Sneakers community. After a few weeks of fighting simple vs. complex, grand vs. elegant, we finally came at a simple, and elegant visual for Sneakers.
As with the spirit of Sneakers, as a member of the community, you can change anything in the Sneakers landing page, blog, or add a blogpost of your own through submitting a pull request.
Add a post on the Sneakers blog
We're using Middleman and markdown-based blogging similar to Jekyll and Octopress.
Adding a post is a matter of submitting a
pull request to the
sneakers.io repo, after adding a markdown post of your choosing to
One thing to note is that we have a custom support for attribution metadata.
--- title: The New Website layout: blog authors: Dotan Nahumfirstname.lastname@example.org ---
You should specify
Your Nameemail@example.com and that will
be picked up and rendered into your gravatar and name.
Add yourself onto the front page
There's a section called 'comments', and if you're using Sneakers and you're happy about it - please feel free to leave your mark.
Just add your own comment block in the
<div class="comment"> <div class="comment-image"> <img src="<%= gravatar('firstname.lastname@example.org', 64) %>" alt=""/> </div> <div class="comment-content"> <p>Sneakers is great!, able to deploy and go pro in around one day. We're processing around 1 billion events per day at Corpware.</p> <p class="comment-detail"> John Singleton, CEO at Corpware </p> </div> </div>