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How to contribute to open source using Git and GitHub

Type of the session

  • [] Collaborate
  • [x] Workshop
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Level

  • [x] Beginner
  • [] Intermediate
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Pre-requisite knowledge

How to use the Terminal. How to create a directory on System. Basic Programming Knowledge.

Describe the session How to contribute to open source using Git and GitHub for beginner, knowing Git as Version Control System and Github as a code-hosting platform and also how to contribute to other people project and open source at large.

Session facilitator(s) and Github handle(s) Aina Oluwatimilehin @Whizkevina

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Answer questions tniessen

@Whizkevina I am sorry if I seemed "not welcoming", that was not my intention. As I said, I am just confused because you claim to be a "Member @nodejs", but you don't seem to be a member of the Node.js organization nor do you seem to have contributed to Node.js.

useful!

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