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== Stay in touch ==
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You're the gratseet! JMHO
 
 
* Join [http://lists.openhatch.org/mailman/listinfo/penn the Penn open source email list] and chat
 
* Chat on the ##penn channel on [http://freenode.net/ freenode IRC]
 
* ''Lurk'' by quietly joining a mailing list or IRC chat room for a cool project
 
 
 
== Teaching sessions ==
 
 
 
This section contains notes and exercises from the Saturday modules.
 
 
 
=== Project organization ===
 
 
 
How are open source projects organized? What tools do people use, and what roles do people have? (This was taught by Asheesh and John Stumpo.)
 
 
 
* [[U Penn open source 2010/project organization exercises|Exercises from the session]]
 
 
 
== Further reading ==
 
* Read a [http://quaid.fedorapeople.org/TOS/Practical_Open_Source_Software_Exploration/html friendly textbook about open source]
 
* Email the list asking for ideas for what to do next
 
* Read more about [http://www.gitready.com/ git]
 
 
 
== Original event website ==
 
 
 
http://penn.openhatch.org/
 

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