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TRU Computer Science Club Website


Hi there! This is the website for the Computer Science Club at Thompson Rivers University.

Building, Testing, Running

You're gonna need Jekyll (and thus Ruby) installed to test out page changes. You can find Jekyll at

After you get Jekyll, open a terminal/command prompt inside the directory you cloned to. Then run bundle exec jekyll serve to start a server on http://locahost:4000


Visual Studio Code is a great editor to use, but you can use any editor you like, as long as it doesn't mess up the page encoding (especially on Windows). Jekyll doesn't like that.

Scripts and Libraries

Bootstrap 3 and Ekko Lightbox are all that are used.


What license?

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