You can check what pages need fixing/content on the github Issues section.
Since this wiki is hosted on github pages using static Jekyll pages, it works slighly different from a regularly hosted wiki.
However, don’t worry! It is simpler than it seems. You do not need to download the code (altough you can if you want to edit it locally). Follow the steps below:
1) If you do not have one yet, register for a Github Account here.
2) Fork the wiki by going to the main project page here and pressing the Fork button on the top right.
3) Go to your fork of the wiki (will be something like YOURUSERNAME.github.com/civ13-wiki), open settings, and scroll down to GitHub Pages. Make sure it looks similar to the screenshot below by activating Github Pages:
4) Your fork of the wiki is now live! You can now open the wiki using the link shown there. It will look similar to https://YOURUSERNAME.github.io/civ13-wiki
5) You’re all set! Just edit by either creating a new page, or selecting edit on the top right menu, like the image below:
6) The wiki pages are written in markdown and have the .md extension. They are located in the wiki/ folder. If you add any images, put them in assets/images/. You can also use HTML on the pages if you need to, but its the best practice to keep to markdown unless its something you need html for (i.e., sortable tables).
7) When you feel that your changes are good enough, just open a pull request to the main repository (the one you forked), and if accepted, it will be displayed on the page! To open a pull request, go to the master branch (our github page) and click Pull Requests then New Pull Request.
8) Make sure you regularly update your repository to keep it up to date! You can do this using pull requests from master. Open your fork page on github and click Pull Request as per the image below:
While you can link external images using either markdown or html tags, we recommend that you upload them to assets/images/ and link them from there. Make sure they have a unique name as to not replace current images!
If you prefer to edit the files locally, and/or want to experiment with the website layout, follow the steps below:
If you haven’t, follow the steps 1 and 2 on the list above.
Using your preferred git client, download your fork (If you have no idea of what I’m talking about, use GitHub Desktop).
You will need Ruby and Jekyll installed. If you do not have it yet, follow Jekyll’s guide here.
Open the command line on whatever operating system you are using (Terminal on Linux and MacOS, cmd or PowerShell on Windows), navigate to the civ13-wiki/ folder and run
bundle install to update all the Ruby requirements.
You can now compile and run your local build! Run
bundle exec jekyll serve and wait for it to compile. Then you can view the website by opening your browser and navigating to http://localhost:4000.
Instructions and full documentation: http://drassil.github.io/git-wiki