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README
Here are the instructions I sent David Fifield when he asked about editing the website. I hope they are useful for you too! --Roger Copy Makefile.local.sample to Makefile.local in your webwml/ directory. Point TORGIT to a tor git. Then apt-get install wml and (alas) probably a shocking number of other debs. Then you can type 'make' and it will build the website for you locally. It's probably a smart move to see whether 'make' works before you git commit any changes to the wml files. You can edit docs/en/pluggable-transports.wml (and that is the right source file to edit, not the html). But go take a look at that file. You'll notice it has a bunch of tags like <version-torbrowserbundle>. If you're just bumping version numbers, you probably just want to change the definition of those tags. They're in include/versions.wmi (Every once in a while you may need to edit pluggable-transports.wml too -- generally when you change the file name so drastically that just changing the versions.wmi tags isn't enough.) Pushes to the master branch of the git repository will cause the website to get re-built and published. Pushing to the staging branch will update www-staging.torproject.org. Alas, https://www.torproject.org/dist/ isn't in version control. You write to it by ssh'ing to dist-master.torproject.org and going to /srv/dist-master.torproject.org/htdocs/ and then sticking your stuff there. When you want it to go live, you run "static-update-component dist.torproject.org" on dist-master. Weasel has hopes that somebody will write some scripts to make maintaining packages in dist/ less awful -- automatically check that they have signatures and that the sigs match, that the items on the website are in fact in dist, only allow certain people to put files in certain places, etc. One day! :)