John Stechschulte

I gave a presentation a couple weeks ago, and wanted to host it online to avoid any fumbling with video cables and thumbdrives: as long as there was a computer connected to the projector and to the internet, just a few keystrokes would be necessary to get started.

I found reveal.js and it looked pretty snazzy. Also, it had already been integrated with Jekyll. However, that implementation was built to create one site hosting one presentation, and I didn’t want to replace this site with a presentation. I figured there would be a way to adapt the code to let me host presentations within the site, but I didn’t have time to figure that out at the time.

Fast forward, and I had the time to figure it out. I want to make some improvements and package it up nicely, but for now, you can see the important modifications in these commits.