[TOS] RIT - Intro to Git

David Farning dfarning at sugarlabs.org
Tue Sep 15 00:12:18 UTC 2009

On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 4:51 PM, Wesley Dillingham
<wwdillingham at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> Hello TOS
> This is Wesley Dillingham, I am a teaching assistant with the
> Development for the olpc class at the Rochester Institute of
> Technology. One of our main goals besides encouraging development for
> the platform itself is to introduce the students to all of the tools
> used in the open source world. Upcoming this week is a demo for git I
> have written on TOS. This is designed to show users the basic
> functions of git so by the end of it they can create a local and
> remote repository and have them sync. Additionally, the ability to
> join an existing project and join in on the development.
> The tutorial can be found at:
> http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/RIT/Git_introduction
> If anyone has any ideas or suggestions on how one can improve upon
> this succinct intro to git please help!
> I am also looking to work on a follow piece with some more git
> commands and am looking for ideas on this as well.


Maybe a very short intro to SSH with a links to the keygen command and
a basic intro to ssh.  I remember first coming across SSH, googling
for it, and getting waaaaay to much information. At least now, the
wikipedia entry comes up first:)


> Thank you
> - Wes Dillingham
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