How would I fuel lice the repo for one of my websites? The code should be os but the content is a whole other matter since it's based on my own story telling
@DigitalMisfit if you're using static templating and all of the content is in one folder, you could use a submodule to store them in a different repo like I've done for https://github.com/DoubleDotLabs/DoubleDotLabs.github.io
@fennifith will that still work with netlify?
@DigitalMisfit if all of your posts are in one folder, then yes; you just need to remember to fetch the submodule (`git submodule init` / `git submodule update`) before building the site.
@fennifith awesome, thanks
@DigitalMisfit Actually law is not code. You can do:
1. Code samples on GPL
2. Post text on XXXX.
PS. I'm not a lawyer ;)
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