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Practicing Git is an activity we've designed to give attendees hands-on experience contributing to projects using git/github. 
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In an ideal world, attendees work in small groups with an instructor to make changes to a github repository.  You can see an example repository [https://github.com/morris-2 here], which makes [http://morris-2.github.io/ this site].
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Instructions for:
 
Instructions for:
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[[Open Source Comes to Campus/Practicing Git/Organizer | Activity organizer]] (setting up the projects)
  
 
[[Open Source Comes to Campus/Practicing Git/Students | Students]]   
 
[[Open Source Comes to Campus/Practicing Git/Students | Students]]   
  
 
[[Open Source Comes to Campus/Practicing Git/Instructors | Instructors]]
 
[[Open Source Comes to Campus/Practicing Git/Instructors | Instructors]]
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Eventually, there will be a video screencast of the activity ''right here''.  But not yet!

Revision as of 21:04, 22 November 2013

Practicing Git is an activity we've designed to give attendees hands-on experience contributing to projects using git/github.

In an ideal world, attendees work in small groups with an instructor to make changes to a github repository. You can see an example repository here, which makes this site.

Instructions for:

Activity organizer (setting up the projects)

Students

Instructors

Eventually, there will be a video screencast of the activity right here. But not yet!