This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all Ethereum events everywhere. The event should be a community event, which generally means low- or no-cost to attendees, and inclusive.
How to Add Your Event
To add your event, you can either:
- Make a pull request to the Scrolls repo: github.com/ethereum-magicians/scrolls, or
- File an issue with details about your event, and a volunteer will create the Jekyll post for you
The basic info to include is:
- name of your event (this is
- brief description (
- start date
- end date
The format looks like:
title: My Awesome Event excerpt: "My awesome event will include so many EIPs and lots of open source pull requests." event: start_date: 2018-07-14T16:20:02-05:00 end_date: 2018-07-15T16:20:02-05:00 location: Berlin, Germany
If you include a
link entry, then the post will link to your event website rather than focusing on a local event page.
Add links to your registration page, forum threads, or other information in the body of your event post – or highlight it in your excerpt.
Customizing your event page
The Jekyll theme we use is Minimal Mistakes. The helpers documentation has lots of examples of what you can use in an event post.
The Council of Berlin event page is an example of a highly customized page that can be used as a full landing page for your event.
Table of Contents
The table of contents feature will give you a right hand table of contents based on the headers you use in the body of your post.
toc: true toc_sticky: true
You can include sidebar links, which appear at the left.
sidebar: - title: "Title" image: http://placehold.it/350x250 image_alt: "image" text: "Some text here." - title: "Another Title" text: "More text here."