DPI908/SBR600 Communication Lab
To set up the communication tools that you will need to interact with the Open Source community and complete this course.
- Set up a Seneca Wiki account.
- Create a pair of ssh keys (ssh-keygen).
- Send a copy of your ssh public key to your professor (chris.tyler@...) with the subject line "SSH Public Key".
- Set up a FAS2 account.
- Connect to the Freenode IRC network.
- Choose a nick for yourself and register it.
- Join these channels:
- Observe who is in these channels and the conversations taking place.
- Chat with someone.
- Add an entry to the Fall 2013 SBR600 Participants page.
- Subscribe to these Fedora mailing lists:
- (optional, high-volume): users
- Research the Raspberry Pi project
- Locate the Raspberry Pi forum and wiki
- Research the Pidora project
- Locate the Pidora main page, bug tracker, and Koji system
- Ensure that you can describe the difference between Fedora-ARM and Pidora
- Set up a blog account.
- Create your first blog post.
- a self-introduction
- a link to your Seneca wiki user page
- your IRC nick, and a snippet of conversation from IRC
- your Learn ID
- your reflections on and opinion of the Pidora project
- Check back in 30+ minutes to ensure that your post ended up in the Planet
A well-written blog post (as outlined above) on the OpenSource@Seneca Planet. Note that the quality of your writing is significant -- don't just dump the required text into your post.