In my role as a member of the D-Lab, I'm putting together a last-minute
1-hour workshop on collaborating with GitHub.
To get something out of it, participants should already be comfortable on
the command line and have fluency editing programming source code in a a
text editor. They should have git already installed and verified working on
the command line, as well as an existing GitHub account (with verified
email!). If you need further instructions on any of this, then this is
probably not the workshop for you - but stay tuned!
We'll discuss the issue tracker, forks vs. branches, pulls/merges and pull
*requests*, and how that all fits together.
It will be in the Center for New Media, which is approximately 426 Sutardja
Berkeley D-Lab + BIDS
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