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Welcome to the website for the Pod Manager tool podman. This site features announcements and news around Podman, and occasionally other container tooling news.

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Website Contributors

The website runs on GitHub Pages via Jekyll to make it as convenient as possible for you to contribute.

Before you start, please verify that you've an entry for yourself in the top level _config.yml file in the

section. Your entry should look like the following example. Please note if you do not have a gravatar, a twitter account or simply don't want to share a particular field, just leave the field blank or completely remove the particular line.
    name: Jessica Smith
    display_name: Jessica Smith
    gravatar: c69c8419c8e4d1bbedc7874281453781
    email: [email protected]
    twitter: JSmithOnTwitter
    github: JSmithOnGitHub

You can add blog posts by adding a file to the

folder. The file must use the following naming convention:
. In the file itself, you will need to start with the following metadata:
layout: default
categories: [blogs]
![podman logo](

{% assign author = site.authors[] %}

My Blog Title

By {{ author.display_name }} [GitHub]({{ author.github }}) [Twitter]({{ author.twitter }})

Please pay attention to the

categories: [blogs]
section. Currently, there are 4 categories available:


NOTE: If you want to add a ':' (colon) to your title, you will need to instead use

, otherwise the post will not be displayed on the index page. For example:
Instead of:

title: My first blog post: Can you believe it?


title: My first blog post: Can you believe it?

Finally if your blog is more than a paragraph or two long, please add this tag after the first or second paragraph:

This will provide a preview on the blogs index page and the reader can read that first bit and then decide if they want to go in for a deeper dive.

Testing locally

Configuration steps:

dnf install ruby ruby-devel g++
gem install jekyll bundler
gem install github-pages

VM network setup

If you are running on a VM, you may need to open up port 4000 on your firewall

firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=4000/tcp
firewall-cmd --reload

Making changes


into your directory after having done a
git clone
of this project. Change or add the files that yow want to.

You can now test your changes locally, especially useful if you are making look/feel changes, by first running

bundle install
and then start the server by doing:
bundle exec jekyll s
. If you make follow up changes, you can use the
bundle exec jekyll build
in place of the
bundle install

Then browse to to view your changes.

If you run this on a VM, then use this command:

bundle exec jekyll serve --host 192.###.###.###   - IP Address of VM

And then you can attach to the server using your web brower,

. Note, you must use
and not

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