This project primarily uses GitHub for collaboration, however not all discussions are appropriate for GitHub. Please follow these guidelines:
- If you need help with the academic content of a course or are having general technical difficulties, please do not use GitHub for this. The best place to ask these types of questions is on the subreddit.
- If you have general problems with the program not specific to any course, such as preferring textbook-style learning over MOOCs, the subreddit is recommended as there people may be able to give you suggested alternatives.
- If you have specific and substantive criticisms of the curriculum, i.e. problems related to the progression/content of courses it would be appropriate to open an issue and give us your suggestions.
- If you have non-substantive updates to make to the curriculum, such as a course's URL having been moved, spelling/syntax errors, etc., please send a pull request to fix any mistakes that you have found.
- If you want to customize the curriculum for yourself, do of course fork this project.
- If you want to suggest a new resource, send a pull request adding such resource to the extras section.
To be able to create high-quality pull requests, it is recommended that you learn how to use the Git version control system. One of the best primers on the subject is a free ebook called Ry's Git Tutorial. If you prefer a course-style introduction, try Introduction to Git and GitHub.