Commit 735bdac8 authored by Edward Benet's avatar Edward Benet
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## How can I contribute?
We always welcome new contributors to this (your) project, and thank you for helping achieve the goal of a freer, better Internet.
We always welcome new contributors to the LibreWeb project and thank you for helping achieve the goal of a freer, better Internet.
You can help the LibreWeb Project in several ways, including but not limited to:
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No matter what you are looking for, we have a tutorial and how-tos to help you.
## Getting started - How to install LibreWeb Browser
## Getting started - Installing LibreWeb Browser
Visit the [releases page](https://gitlab.melroy.org/libreweb/browser/-/releases). Download the correct package for your Linux distribution.
{{%expand "Instructions specific to LibreWeb Browser for Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint" %}}
+ Download the latest (highest number) **Ubuntu/Debian/Linux Mint** package from the [releases page](https://gitlab.melroy.org/libreweb/browser/-/releases "this link points to external content")
+ Follow these steps using APT to install LibreWeb browser:
- Open your computer's Terminal Emulator ([Ctrl]+[Alt]+[T])
- enter the following code:
`sudo apt install /path_to_downloaded_file/full_name_of_downloaded_package.deb`
> where "**/path_to_downloaded_file/**" equals the path to where you downloaded the LibreWeb browser package, and
> "**full_name_of_downloaded_package.deb**" equals the actual name of the package you downloaded - including its three-character file extension '.deb'.
For example:
`sudo apt install /home/mary/Downloads/libreweb-browser-v0.5.2.deb`
{{% notice note %}}
LibreWeb is evolving, which means that its package name changes over time. Don't just copy the package name used in this last example. **Be sure to use the name of the actual package you downloaded** instead.
{{% /notice %}}
{{% /expand%}}
{{%expand "Instructions specific to LibreWeb Browser for Red-Hat/Fedora/openSUSE" %}}
+ Download the latest (highest number) **LibreWeb Browser (Red-Hat/Fedora/openSUSE)** package from the [releases page](https://gitlab.melroy.org/libreweb/browser/-/releases "this link points to external content")
+ Follow these steps using RPM to install LibreWeb browser:
- Open your computer's Terminal Emulator
## How to deploy my site/blog?
- enter the following code:
LibreWeb is using markdown files as source instead of HTML.
`rpm -i /path_to_downloaded_file/full_name_of_downloaded_package.rpm`
You should be future-proof for LibreWeb if you currently use static site generators like Hugo or Jekyll to generate your site.
> where "**/path_to_downloaded_file/**" equals the path to where you downloaded the LibreWeb browser package, and
LibreWeb has a built-in markdown editor that allows you to easily write your own site without the need for technical skills. Moreover, LibreWeb will soon have additional features that will allow you to deploy fully functional sites and rich content on IPFS - like you can with Hugo and Jekyll - *without* the need to know or write any HTML.
> "**full_name_of_downloaded_package.rpm**" equals the actual name of the package you downloaded - including its three-character file extension '.rpm'.
## How to browse content?
For example:
TODO
`rpm -i /home/gregory/Downloads/libreweb-browser-v0.5.2.rpm`
{{% notice note %}}
LibreWeb is evolving, which means that its package name changes over time. Don't just copy the package name used in this last example. **Be sure to use the name of the actual package you downloaded** instead.
{{% /notice %}}
## How to find other websites?
{{% /expand%}}
TODO
## How to contribute to LibreWeb Documentation?
## How to deploy my site/blog?
In order to contribute to LibreWeb Docs (this site), you should be have some basic knowledge about:
TODO
1. Git - See "Related files" below
2. Markdown syntax - [Take a look at the markdown basics](https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax/)
## How to browse content?
After this, you should be able to edit a page (notice the: "<i class="fas fa-code-branch"></i> Edit this page" link in the right-top corner).
Fork the git project in GitLab. Edit directly in GitLab. *Or* add your SSH public key to your GitLab profile and `git clone` the fork project locally on your computer.
TODO
After this you should be able to `git commit -am "Update file"` and `git push` your changes. Followed by [creating a Merge Request](https://gitlab.melroy.org/libreweb/browser/-/merge_requests) in GitLab.
## How to find other websites?
I attached a well written book about Git. As well as a handy Git cheat sheet, which you can download below:
TODO
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