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Code For DC Website
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This is the repository for the website for Code for DC, the DC chapter of the Code for America Brigade program.
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This site is built on Github pages and uses Jekyll for its blog.

To make changes:
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1. We strongly recommend that you set up a local copy of the site and test your changes there before pushing them back to the repository!  
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2. Work against the Master branch.  Master == Staging.
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3. The production website is hosted off of the 'gh-pages' branch.  You shouldn't work against this, but when you have publication-ready changes in Master, you can pull those across to gh-pages to make them live.  The reason for maintaining separate master and gh-pages branches is that it enables people to work against a shared master branch and merge back to it without needing to make the code ready for production first.
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