personal blog from jekyll-bootstrap


The quickest way to start and publish your Jekyll powered blog. 100% compatible with GitHub pages


For all usage and documentation please see:


0.3.0 - stable and versioned using semantic versioning.

NOTE: 0.3.0 introduces a new theme which is not backwards compatible in the sense it won't look like the old version. However, the actual API has not changed at all. You might want to run 0.3.0 in a branch to make sure you are ok with the theme design changes.


0.4.0 - next release [ETA 03/29/2015]


  • No open PRs against master branch.
  • Squash some bugs.
  • Add some new features (low-hanging fruit).
  • Establish social media presence.


Bug Description
#86 ☑ Facebook Comments
#113 ☑ ASSET_PATH w/ page & post
#144 ☐ BASE_PATH w/ FQDN
#227 ☑ Redundant JB/setup


Bug Description
#98 ☑ GIST Integration
#244 ☑ JB/file_exists Helper
#42 ☑ Sort collections of Pages / Posts
#84 ☐ Detecting production mode


Review existing pull requests against plusjake/jekyll-bootstrap:master. Merge or close each.

  • Create twitter account. Add link / icon on
  • Create blog posts under plusjade/gh-pages, expose on, feed to twitter account.
  • Announce state of project, announce roadmap(s), announce new versions as they’re released.


To contribute to the framework please make sure to checkout your branch based on jb-development!! This is very important as it allows me to accept your pull request without having to publish a public version release.

Small, atomic Features, bugs, etc. Use the jb-development branch but note it will likely change fast as pull requests are accepted. Please rebase as often as possible when working. Work on small, atomic features/bugs to avoid upstream commits affecting/breaking your development work.

For Big Features or major API extensions/edits: This is the one case where I'll accept pull-requests based off the master branch. This allows you to work in isolation but it means I'll have to manually merge your work into the next public release. Translation : it might take a bit longer so please be patient! (but sincerely thank you).

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