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GitHub Training Kit: Cheatsheets

We ❤️ Contributors Like You!

We’re eager to work with you, our user community, to improve these materials and develop new ones. Please check out our CONTRIBUTING guide for more information on getting started.

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This repository currently contains the Git and GitHub Cheatsheets. If you're looking for a project that used to be housed here, such as On-Demand training, reading lists, videos, and book recommendations, see this commit in the repository's history.

Projects Used in Training-Kit

Packaging for Viewing Behind Your Firewall

If you'd like to have a copy of the files to be served from a web server inside of your firewall, start by running script/package.

  1. Run script/package to create a release tarball. This will be in the format release-XXXXXXX.tgz for you to take wherever you want.
  2. To test this looks okay, create some folders mkdir -p test_site/kit.
  3. Untar the release, tar -xzf release-XXXXXXX.tgz -C test_site/kit.
  4. Switch into the test_site directory, cd test_site.
  5. View the site with python -m SimpleHTTPServer. Note: Some servers are more advanced than others and can handle redirects, smart recognition of .html files, etc

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