Blue Fields is a website that has been created to join and organize readers of The Urantia Book who wish to collaborate in smart, purposeful and altruistic projects all over the world. It is the website that manages register and collaboration between volunteers of Urantiapedia.
Urantiapedia has two public projects in GitHub: Urantiapedia and Urantiapedia-backup created to serve as a quick start-up procedure for initial content. It contains files in certain formats and software that help automate the creation of initial content.
Creates a local copy of the projects on PC. The local copy must be of the latest version of Urantiapedia content (the master branch). This is done first through a clone action and later through pulls actions to the projects, that downloads any change to the local copy.
Makes changes in the local copy of the Urantiapedia project to the files indicated in this manual and in the way explained. He or she makes commmits to the local copy.
Sends partial changes (not ready to be uploaded to the web) to Urantiapedia project in GitHub through a push. When there is a set of changes ready for the web, synchronizes the local Urantiapedia project with local Urantiapedia-backup project and upload changes in GitHub through a push.
Then creates a pull requests from the GitHub website for both projects: Urantiapedia and Urantiapedia-backup.
This pull requests of “Chief Editors” are reviewed by “Administrators”, who are in charge of doing a merge with the main branch (master) of all those changes that are correct. Any changes that are not correct will be rejected and “Chief Editors” will be notified to fix them.
When changes are OK an “Administrator” do a merge of them and they are uploaded automatically to the web. They are usually available in a few minutes depending on the number of changes and their type.