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Joining DoES Liverpool on Github
Log in with your existing Github account
- Go to https://github.com/login.
- Enter the email address and password you chose when you signed up to Github.
- You’re done!
Create a Github account
- Go to https://github.com/join.
- Pick a username, enter your primary email address, and pick a password. Your username will be publicly visible, but your email address is never revealed to anyone.
- Click "Create an account".
- When it shows the "Choose your plan" screen, click "Sign up for one of our free plans".
- When it shows the "Tailor your experience" screen, you can either tick whatever boxes appeal to you, or click "Skip this step" to continue with default settings.
- You’re done! You can edit your Github account settings at https://github.com/settings.
Join the DoESLiverpool Github organisation
- Go to the "Somebody Should" issue list
- Click the green "New issue" button in the top right.
- Create a new issue with a title like: "Please add me to the Github organisation!"
- Click "Create new issue".
- In the next few days, an administrator will send you an invite by email. You’ll just need to click the link in the email, and then you’ll be a member of the DoESLiverpool Github organisation, able to edit and assign people to issues in the "Somebody Should" issue list.
Things you might want to do next:
- See things that need your input! – Visit the "Somebody Should" issue list
- Get notified when "Somebody Should" issues are created or updated – Edit your subscription settings for the "Somebody Should" repo
- Make your Github account more secure – Find out how to set up two-factor auth
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