Schematics

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=== Code Management ===
 
=== Code Management ===
is done via github. After you sign up, send off an email to [[User:chris-kun|Chris]] and you'll be added to the '''schematics''' organization.
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is done via github. After you sign up, send off an email to [[User:chris-kun|Chris]] and you'll be added to the '''schematics''' organization. Basic workflow goes like this: find the project you want to contribute to on the organization's page and fork it; after you've finalized the commit(s) you want to add, send us a pull request. We'll look over the changes as a group, and possibly commit them into the main repo.
  
 
== Other Resources ==
 
== Other Resources ==

Revision as of 22:39, 12 April 2011

Schematics is a companion meetup for the sunday Schemers meet. As the sunday meet is currently more of a high-level casual discussion-group, what we're aiming for is more of a structured class, where the content each week is a custom presentation based upon who's showing that week and what problems they ran into during that week while working on a designated collaborative project for the group. Another main foci would be documenting all our findings which would result in a scheme book of sorts, where instead of having future schemers having to traverse the web and get their (often confusing) information from a variety of sources, everything would be compiled neatly and cleanly into one source where everything is easy to understand. This would serve as a handy reference for our existing members, and, if done properly, would immensely help any future schemers who catch wind of it.

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Projects

Please take a look at the following page, add any of your own ideas if you have 'em, and speak up on the mailing list or at the meet. Basic workflow is this: find the project you want to contribute to in the organization, and fork it. After you've made some changes you want to commit, send us a pull request. We'll go over the changes as a group, and possibly commit them into the main repo.

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Code Management

is done via github. After you sign up, send off an email to Chris and you'll be added to the schematics organization. Basic workflow goes like this: find the project you want to contribute to on the organization's page and fork it; after you've finalized the commit(s) you want to add, send us a pull request. We'll look over the changes as a group, and possibly commit them into the main repo.

Other Resources

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