This is where Hacktivism course stuff goes.
Where to start
If this is your first time using GitHub start by signing up for a new account. We'll be using GitHub as a place to share and collaborate.
Once you have an account: star the repo up at the top of the page (hint), that way I'll know which GitHub users are in the class. (It's ok to star the repo even if you're not in the class, that's fine too.)
What you can find in here
- Some issues
- hacktivism.club website
Why a GitHub repo?
Igor Vamos taught this course before and used to post the syllabus as an editable Google Doc. I like the spirit of that, but I feel more at home in a text editor, and I'd like for the class to get familiar with GitHub as a site of where Hacktivism can happen.
Hacktivism vs. Hactivism
The course seems to be listed in the RPI catalog as Hactivism (no K) and I like to spell it Hacktivism (with a K). I'm going to stick with my spelling, but I thought I'd call it out here.