Learn how to use Git and Linux Workshop, Fall 2017 edition. Authored by Samsara Counts and Pat Cody.
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README.md

This repository goes along with the Git + Linux workshop. See our Git cheatsheet/workflows and our Linux cheatsheet for full syntax details and information.

How to fork this repository and submit a Pull Request (PR)

For more details, take a look at this guide

  1. Fork this repository to your own account by clicking the button near the top-right of this page.

  2. Clone that repository onto your local machine by running git clone https://github.com/gw-acm/git-linux-2017.git in the terminal

  3. Enter the project directory (cd git-linux-2017)

  4. Make your changes (use vim to make a .txt file with your name vim myname.txt)

  5. Add and commit your changes (git add myname.txt and git commit -m "<descriptive message>")

  6. Push your changes to your fork on GitHub (git push)

  7. Submit a pull request to this repository to get your changed merged in

  8. Listen to and incorporate feedback from maintainers who review your pull request. When they're ready, they'll merge the changes

Congratulations! You have now contributed code to an open source project over GitHub!