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@@ -24,17 +24,19 @@ Sign up on our online accounts. These include:
- Being part of the Duckietown Github organization, and the TA team.
- Twist
- Slack
- Send an email to Kirsten Bowser (with your gmail address) and ask to be added to the Google Drive
- Google Drive

Point of Contact: XXX
To do this: send an email to Kirsten Bowser, with your GMail address. She will sign you up and send further instructions.

Point of Contact: Kirsten Bowser

### Duckuments

Install the Duckuments, so you can edit these instructions.

See: [](#part:contribute).

Point of Contact: XXX
Point of Contact: Andrea

### Learn about Git and Github

@@ -45,23 +47,27 @@ See: [Good book](https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2)

See: [Git Flow](http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/)

Point of Contact: XXX
Point of Contact: Liam?

### Continuous integration

Understand the continuous integration system.

See: [Documentation on continuous integration](#continuous-integration).

Point of Contact: XXX
Point of Contact: Andrea

### Duckiebot building

Build your Duckiebot according to the instructions.

See: [](#part:building-duckiebot)

Point of Contact: XXX
Point of Contact: Shiying (ETH)

Point of Contact: ??? (UdeM)

Point of Contact: ??? (TTIC)

As you read the instructions, keep open the Duckuments source, and note any
discrepancies. You must note any unexpected thing that is not predicted from the
@@ -71,12 +77,21 @@ The idea is that dozens of other people will have to do the same after you, so
improving the documentation is the best use of your time, and it is much more
efficient than answering the same question dozens of times.

### Organization chart
### Other documentation outside of the Duckuments

We have the following four documents outside of the duckuments:


1. [Organization chart][org-chart]: This is where we assign areas of responsibility.
2. [Lecture schedule][lecture-schedule]
3. [Checkoff spreadsheet][checkoff]
4. [The big TODO list][todo-list]: Where we keep track of things to do.

Familiarize yourself with the organization chart. This is where we assign areas
of responsibility.

TODO: add link to org chart
[org-chart]: #
[lecture-schedule]: #
[checkoff]: #
[todo-list]: #

## On the interaction with students

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