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Practicing Git is an activity we've designed to give attendees hands-on experience contributing to projects using git/github.   
 
Practicing Git is an activity we've designed to give attendees hands-on experience contributing to projects using git/github.   
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==Current Version==
  
 
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].
 
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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Eventually, there will be a video screencast of the activity ''right here''.  But not yet!
 
Eventually, there will be a video screencast of the activity ''right here''.  But not yet!
  
=====Past Versions=====
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(There is also [[Open Source Comes to Campus/Curriculum/Directory | a version of the activity]] for when there's only one mentor comfortable teaching git.)
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==Past Versions==
  
 
[[OSCTC/version_control | Intro to Version Control]]
 
[[OSCTC/version_control | Intro to Version Control]]
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[[OSCTC/Github_demo | Github Demo]]
 
[[OSCTC/Github_demo | Github Demo]]
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==Ideas for Improvement==
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* Improve the instructor guide to make it more thorough.
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* Make the activity less completely a toy/throw-away activity (somehow).

Latest revision as of 16:13, 8 April 2014

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

Current Version[edit]

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:

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

(There is also a version of the activity for when there's only one mentor comfortable teaching git.)

Past Versions[edit]

Intro to Version Control

which went with

Github Demo

Ideas for Improvement[edit]

  • Improve the instructor guide to make it more thorough.
  • Make the activity less completely a toy/throw-away activity (somehow).