This is the Military Open Source Software (Mil-OSS) Website, for discussion about the military and open source software (OSS).
The following are instructions on how to edit the site. This site is hosted on GitHub pages.
You can use the editor on GitHub to maintain and preview the content for your website in Markdown files. You can also use
git clone https://github.com/mil-oss/mil-oss.github.io.git to create a local clone to edit.
Whenever you commit to this repository, GitHub Pages will run Jekyll to rebuild the pages in your site, from the content in your Markdown files.
If you don’t have direct edit rights, you can still do that, but it will create a fork and pull request. Someone else can review the pull request, and then merge it if it’s appropriate.
Most of the text is in Markdown format in .md files; below is a brief explanation of Markdown if you’re not familiar with it.
Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling your writing. It includes conventions for
Syntax highlighted code block # Header 1 ## Header 2 ### Header 3 - Bulleted - List 1. Numbered 2. List **Bold** and _Italic_ and `Code` text [Link](url) and ![Image](src)
For more details see GitHub Flavored Markdown.
The Pages site will use the layout and styles from the Jekyll theme you have selected in your repository settings. The name of this theme is saved in the Jekyll
_config.yml configuration file.
Having trouble with Pages? Check out the GitHub documentation or contact GitHub support.
Unless otherwise noted the contents of this website are released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY-4.0) license.