ReleaseNotes for 9.1.0: Fix unintended top-level heading at git hash

    * _releases/9.1.0.md:

      Fix issue introduced in 9ffd1f1 where a '#' symbol in the phrase
      "See git commit #" caused one of the git hashes to be formatted
      as a top-level heading. Removing the '#' from all of these to
      avoid a regression in the future that could result if the text
      is ever re-flowed.
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  1. .asf.yaml
  2. .github/
  3. .gitignore
  4. Gemfile
  5. Gemfile.lock
  6. LICENSE
  7. NOTICE
  8. README.md
  9. _config.yml
  10. _data/
  11. _includes/
  12. _layouts/
  13. _posts/
  14. _releases/
  15. _sass/
  16. assets/
  17. ci-workflow.png
  18. community-members.md
  19. community.md
  20. css/
  21. download.md
  22. favicon.ico
  23. feed.xml
  24. helpers/
  25. history.md
  26. index.md
  27. publish.sh
README.md

How to update the project's web site

Running locally

Before opening a pull request, you can preview your contributions by running from within the directory:

1. bundle exec jekyll serve
2. Open [http://localhost:4000](http://localhost:4000)

Pushing to site

Site is updated by a CI job that runs the publish.sh script. Once this runs it the results will be visible here.

Force Deployment

If a dependency has changed such as the external documentation you may need to force the deployment CI to run. This can be done from the CI Actions tab and selecting Run workflow -> Branch: master --> Run workflow

Trigger Workflow

Adding contributors

To add a contributor to the project, or to modify existing contributors, edit site/_data/contributors.yml. The project members list will re-generate.