Command: git checkout master
Output: Already on 'master'
Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.
Command: git pull
Output: Already up to date.
docker-compose up --pull -dto get make css and make components to work (or maybe docker-compose build --pull web , I forget). But it should result in those commands being ~2x faster :) See internetarchive/openlibrary#4669 .
I really do not understand. I think you should
rm -r openlibraryand start the installation process from scratch and avoid using
sudoin that process.
You're right @cclauss! I have recently done the installation process from scratch, again and after speding some time on it, the project ran successfully.
Thank you very much.
Getting setupsections of https://github.com/internetarchive/openlibrary/wiki would be a great place to start.
https://openlibrary.org/volunteer has some great tips on exploring possibilities with Open Library.
We have weekly calls on Tuesday 10am PT where members of the community may introduce themselves and describe the types of projects they'd like to contribute to.
Here's one issue which could be a good one to start with for someone looking to understand more about how the system (frontend and backend) works: