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Add new blog post

  1. Create new directory at /content/talks/yyyy-mm-dd-talk-title-event-name and in the same directory and populate with the following metadata:
title = "title of the talk"
date = "yyyy-mm-dd"
description = "description of talk, will be displayed in talk listing"

tags = ['gna']

# **Only use author nicks in blog post Markdown files, it is used to lookup author details.**
author = 'imbatman' # speaker nickname
  1. Add author details in config.toml in authors under extra section:

    # Put all your custom variables here
    authors = [
    	{ "nick"="imbatman", name="Batman", "website"="" },
    	{ "nick"="superman", name="Superman", "website" ="" }

This information is used to render speaker and author information in talks and blog posts respectively. Only use author nicks in talks post Markdown files, it is used to lookup author details.

  1. Add content to about the talk to the file created in step 1.

  2. Add talk-related resources like slides and related material in the directory created in step 1. They will be accessible via relative URLs. For instance:

➜  website git:(master) ✗ tree content/talks/22-04-2022-hostea-introducing-hostea-forgefriends-monthly-meet
└── slides
    ├── 2022-04-22-forgefriends-introducing-hostea.odp
    └── 2022-04-22-forgefriends-introducing-hostea.pdf

1 directory, 3 files
## Resources

-   [slides(ODP)](./slides/2022-04-22-forgefriends-introducing-hostea.odp)
-   [slides(PDF)](./slides/2022-04-22-forgefriends-introducing-hostea.pdf)

WARNING: Don't storing large images or videos in Git repositories, using content hosting services and link to them

  1. Commit and push to deploy talk details! 🎉