On 7/23/12 10:45 AM, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
On Mon, 23 Jul 2012 10:29:45 -0700 (PDT)
ottathom <ottat...@isu.edu> wrote:

I teach web page design and Javascript programming at a public
university. I want a system that will allow my students to first
upload their files to individual directories on a web server where
the permissions are such that only I and the student can see them.
Once graded, I would like to be able to push or "publish" the files
to individual directories that the world could see.  Would Git be a
suitable tool to accomplish these tasks? Overkill, perhaps?
Yes.  Looks like a task for rsync/[S]FTP.

I could see Git being a good way to publish work from one student to all students, but that is after grading has happened. I agree with Konstantin that rsync/[S]FTP would probbably be the best way to have students submit their work.

Bryce

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