In a similar manner to my previous NGO projects, I’m now looking for help to give some web love to a different open source project — GemRB, an almost 20 year old engine reimplementation project for some RPG classics.
It has an old wiki for a website and we want to migrate it to a static website, which would be generated by Jekyll that GitHub Pages supports natively. Since it would be in a GitHub repo, there’s no more work securing account information or maintaining the software. And we’ll get Let’s Encrypt integration, so it’s even better — doubly free SSL certificates.
Setting up Jekyll is easy, but then we need to also pick a theme and adapt it to fit our design (or create one from scratch if you’re ambitious), and finally migrate the content that matters from the wiki. Nothing I couldn’t handle, but it’s a small and well defined project, so it makes for a good exercise. Learning on a real life example.
If anyone is interested, let me know and we can form a mini learner’s team, then get started with the planning and execution. We also have a discord channel we could use for rapid communication.