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Website of FOSS@Amrita, Powered by JAMStack


The amFOSS Website is a website for FOSS@Amrita, powered by Next.js. It provides information about the organization and its activities. The website can be installed and developed locally using Node.js and NPM, and can be deployed using Surge.


  • Next.js powered website for FOSS@Amrita
  • Easy installation using Node.js and NPM
  • Local development environment setup using Surge
  • Deployment using Surge


To install the amFOSS Website, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you have Node.js and NPM installed on your system. If not, refer to the installation page on the amFOSS wiki.
  2. Navigate to the directory of the website and start it up.
  3. Your site will now be running at https://localhost:8000.


To develop the amFOSS Website locally, follow these steps:

  1. Create a Surge account.
  2. Clone the amFOSS Website repository and navigate to its root directory.
  3. Run the command "surge" in the terminal.
  4. Enter your email and password when prompted, and verify your email.
  5. Generate a token.
  6. Open your GitLab account and go to Settings > CI/CD > Variables.
  7. Add your environment variables SURGE_TOKEN and SURGE_LOGIN to the variables list.


The amFOSS Website is a Next.js powered website for FOSS@Amrita. It can be installed and developed locally using Node.js and NPM, and can be deployed using Surge. The installation and development process is straightforward and well-documented, making it easy for users to get started with the website.


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