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DPS909 and OSD600 Fall 2013 Notes

Revision as of 14:38, 16 September 2013 by David.humphrey (talk | contribs) (Part I – Essential Open Source Development Skills and Concepts)

Introduction

The fall is broken into two parts. First, general open source and and community (i.e., Mozilla) specific skills and ideas are taught. Students learn how to deal with the tools, techniques, and practices of their chosen project and its community. Second, we go deep into open web development with a case study.

Part I – Essential Open Source Development Skills and Concepts

Introduction

  • TODO
    • Create an account on this wiki for yourself (note: requires manual creation)
    • Add your info to the Fall 2013 Open Source Students page.
    • Create a blog (wordpress or blogspot or whatever) and create a feed category or tag called "open source"
    • Read the Blog Guidelines for instructions on how to use your blog in the course
    • Add your blog feed and info to the Open Source@Seneca Planet List so that it appears in the OpenSource@Seneca Planet
    • Pick one Closed and one Open license/eula, and read them from start to finish. Pick 3 things that struck you, blog about it and your reactions to the readings this week.
    • Begin learning how to use IRC for communication. We'll cover this in detail next week, but it's better to get started early.

Mozilla, Git

  • TODO
    • Start learning git!: Watch video tutorials and/or Read chapters 1 and 2 of Pro Git, etc.
    • Install and Setup git locally
    • Get a project: Project List (projects will be introduced on Thursday)
      • What is it?
      • What are you doing for 0.1?
      • What does it involve in the way of technologies?
      • What do you need to learn in order to do it, how will you learn it?
      • What fears or concerns do you have?
    • Setup ssh keys on matrix for your github account

Learning Git