This article is to describe what you need to know to get started with setting up a Haroopress powered blog. Please find more information about Haroopress itself at http://haroopress.com
The first step is to download a thing called Haroopress. It in form of bunch of files and stored at a github.com repository and you can reach it at https://github.com/rhiokim/haroopress.
There is a Quick Installation guide, written in Korean :(, at http://haroopress.com/post/haroopress-quick-guide/ that you can follow through from downloading the thing to set commands you would need to execute to publish the first set of static web pages to a web space (actually, it is a github's page) as well as the system requirement you need to fulfill.
Once you have your copy of Haroopress in your local computer,
make gen; make deploy
This information is only for quick/crash start of Haroopress setup. Once you've understood what's going on through the whole cycle, you can think of where and how to setup your blog such as Dropbox or your own web server and address.
You need to be aware of some items/points and give some of these to Haroopress setup in your local computer, mostly during
make init phase. These include:
Github.com repository and it's page in a very special rule:
myrepoas the name of repository,
email@example.com:yourid/myrepois the address for the repository. However, to make your life easier, Haroopress seems has defined the rule for the repository name to deploy the blog static pages, along with Github.com
Repository namefield in https://github.com/new
Github.com Page address associated with the account/repository
Your e-mail address associated to a http://gravatar.com account
Now you are ready to give answers to questions pop-up from
make init phase of Haroopress setup. Go ahead and enjoy Haroopress starting with Quick Installation Guide at http://haroopress.com/post/haroopress-quick-guide/
Alternatively, you can check http://simonkim.github.com/post/setup-progress-so-far/ to see what I've just been through to follow the Quick Installation Guide and issues I had to deal with, mostly summerized above in this article.