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README.md

Hack Club is a nonprofit network of student-led high school coding clubs.

The typical Hack Club is led by 2-3 students, has 15-20 members, and meets weekly after school for 1.5 hours. Meetings resemble mini-hackathons, where students learn to code by building self-directed projects. As clubs mature, they attend hackathons, run outreach programs at middle and elementary schools, and host their own events.

Hack Club is an entirely open source organization (even our finances!). This repository is where we store most of our written materials.

Build Status

Quick Hack Club links:

Action Link
Join the Slack https://slack.hackclub.com
See our workshops https://workshops.hackclub.com
See the club guide clubs/README.md
Start a club https://hackclub.com/start
See our website https://hackclub.com
See our contribution guidelines CONTRIBUTING.md
Read our code of conduct CONDUCT.md

Contributing

Contributions are welcome!

If you need any help, please contact us at team@hackclub.com or on our Slack.

  1. Check out our public issues board. If your issue isn't on the board, open a new one.
  2. Pick an issue that nobody has claimed and start working on it. First time contributors should look for the "first-timers-only" label on issues.
  3. Fork the project (Need help forking a project?). You'll do all of your work on your forked copy.
  4. Create a branch specific to the issue or feature you are working on. Push your work on that branch (Need help with branching?).
  5. Name the branch something like fixes-xxx-issue or add-xxx-feature where xxx is a short description of the changes or feature you are adding.
  6. Once your code is ready, submit a pull request from your branch to Hack Club's master branch. We'll do a quick review and give you feedback.

Banners

Now you can add a Hack Club banner to your club or personal website! Just copy and paste one of these snippets of code into your site's HTML.

You can also change the size or placement of your banner by editing the CSS in the style attribute of the image.

Image HTML Snippet
Orpheus_hand1 <a href="https://hackclub.com/"><img style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 10px; border: 0; width: 230px; z-index: 999;" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/hackclub/meta@fc4c0d220426eb53a176e656ae7700d9dcd0b2c5/logos/banner_orpheus_hand.svg" alt="Hack Club"/></a>
Orpheus_hand2 <a href="https://hackclub.com/"><img style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 0; border: 0; width: 230px; z-index: 999" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/hackclub/meta@fc4c0d220426eb53a176e656ae7700d9dcd0b2c5/logos/banner_orpheus_hand_rotated.svg" alt="Hack Club"/></a>
year_banner <a href="https://hackclub.com/"><img style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 0; border: 0; width: 230px; z-index: 999" src="https://hackclub.com/banners/2019.svg" alt="Hack Club"/></a>

Additional Links

Resource Link
File an issue https://github.com/hackclub/hackclub/issues
Blog https://medium.com/hackclub
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Hack-Club-741805665870458
Twitter https://twitter.com/hackclub

License

TL;DR: All content is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. All code is released under the MIT License. For the license's full text and attributions, please see LICENSE.

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