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== Command line practice ==
 
== Command line practice ==
   
* [Open Source Comes to Campus/Curriculum/Saturday/CLI/Six ways to quit|Six ways to quit]
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* [[Open Source Comes to Campus/Curriculum/Saturday/CLI/Six ways to quit|Six ways to quit]]
 
* [http://openhatch.org/missions/tar Practice with tar]
 
* [http://openhatch.org/missions/tar Practice with tar]
 
* [http://openhatch.org/missions/diffpatch Practice with diff]
 
* [http://openhatch.org/missions/diffpatch Practice with diff]
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== Goal: Find a task to work on ==
 
== Goal: Find a task to work on ==
   
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* '''Use this guide''': http://labs.openhatch.org/foss-contrib-guide/
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* If you want help finding a project, read here: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/uiuc-bitesize
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 18:02, 7 October 2012

This is just an informational landing page. Most info about the event lives at the conference website.


Goal: install an IRC client

IRC is a real-time chat protocol that open source projects often use to talk about the project and as a medium for users and developers to help each other.

Optional: Log into our server

For the command line tutorial, if you have Linux or Mac OS X, then you're already good to go.

On Windows, we recommend you log into our demonstration server to try a Linux command line. (It runs Debian.)

Command line practice

Goal: Find a task to work on

External links