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For each activity, find your name and provide a short evaluation of the activity (a short phrase is sufficient).
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The formatting is automatic -- as you complete each activity/fill in the appropriate cell, it should turn green.
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#NameStage 1A.
Intro to FOSS
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Teaching Open Source Activity
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Intro to Wiki
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Intro to IRC
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Intro to FOSS Project
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FOSS Field Trip
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Evaluate a Project
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FOSS in Courses 1
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Intro to Bug Trackers
Stage 1C.
Intro to GitHub
Stage 1C.
FOSS in Courses 2
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0SAMPLE 2Learned about HFOSSTook me longer than estimated time
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1Dave Lillethun11Read about HFOSS - the different project management philosophy in (H)FOSS is very interestsing, and I'm looking forward to exploring the idea of being "poductively lost" more as well.Subscribed to the mail list and registered on the siteCreated my personal page on the wikiAnswered the questions, installed IRC clients on my work laptop and home desktop, and connected to the #fedora-devel and #foss2serve channels (on freenode.net)I added notes to my wiki pageToured project on GitHub and OpenHub. Learned how to use OpenHub to find projects. (Already pretty familiar with GitHub.)Added an evaluation of the OpenMRS project to my wiki page. Wondering if there are other ways to judge the size of a project without using a Chrome-exclusive extension. Also not sure how best to verify the extent of the user base - the map on the website is nice, but how current is it, how active/egaged are the sites listed actually, and how big are those sites? (Perhpas looking for where users can communicate back to developers / PMs and see if there is active communication would help?)I'm brainstorming for activities, but I don't have a solid grasp on the overall structure of the course yet. I need to understand where I want student to end up at the conclusion and what they should learn along the way before I can develop specific activities to satisfy that learning. I will continue working on this, and hopefully everyone can help at the in-person workshop. :)I was already somewhat familiar with issue trackers, but I still learned a few new things doing this activity. Took some notes about what I saw on my wiki page.I've used git before and I've used GitHub as a basic git repo, but only minimal use of forking and I never made a pull request until just now, so that was cool!I'm brainstorming for activities, but I don't have a solid grasp on the overall structure of the course yet. I need to understand where I want student to end up at the conclusion and what they should learn along the way before I can develop specific activities to satisfy that learning. I will continue working on this, and hopefully everyone can help at the in-person workshop. :)
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2Razvan Alex. Mezei11I reviewed about HFOSS (not my first time!) - I used some of the info posted on this page in a few of my past courses: CS 0, and SW Eng.I registered (again), using my personal email address since I lost access to my old accountI updated my wiki page to 2019-06, and removed old content (that was added in 2014)registered nick 'AlexMezei' on freenode and I have updated my foss2serve pageI added my observations to my wiki pageThis activity provided a nice introduction into what kind of information one can find in OpenHub and GitHubto my wiki page I added and filled up a project evaluation rubric for OpenMRSadded two proposed activities for a Data Structures & Algorithms course (or CS2)I got some hands-on experience with the GNOME tracking system, and posted some notes on my wiki pageI updated my entry in the roll call in gitHubI added more details to my activities proposed earlier
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3Chris Brooks11I re-read Cathedral and the Bazaar (I used to assign this for one of my classes), learned about HFOSS, and started reviewing the HFOSS projects.Got successfully registered for TOS.Set up a new page and remembered that I need to update my bio. :-)Downloaded and set up XChat Azure for Mac OS and was able to connect to the HFOSS channel on freenode.netI reviewed Sugar and Sahana and added notes to my wiki page.Completed the activity and added my answers to my wiki page. I'm interested to learn more about the distinctions between GitHub and OpenHubI used the rubric in this activity to evaluate OpenMRS. I found this to be a really helpful tool for thinking about whether a particular project was suitable for my class.I added some ideas and possible assignments for a standalone Computers and Society course. I'm very excited about fleshing this out more!Worked through the activity and posted the answers on my wiki.I watched the videos, then forked the repo, added my name and info to rollcall.md, and did a pull request. I'm working on course ideas, but they still need a lot of detail.
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4Daniela Inclezan11Learned about HFOSS. Reviewed the difference between free and open software. Reviewed the list of HFOSS project - selected top 3 candidate projects.SubscribedI created my wiki page and linked it to the "Participants" pageUsed freenode.net (nickname danielai).Added my notes to my wiki page. It was interesting to learn about these projects. I was not able to access the roadmap link for the Sahana Eden project.Completed the activity and added my answers to my wiki page.Added the evaluation table for OpenMRS to my wiki pageAdded ideas about assignments for students in a Senior Design Project course.Updated wiki page with my answers.Watched a couple of videos, followed the directions in the README file (forked repo, added my name, pull request).Sketched two activities to be used in a capstone design course, one for monitoring student progress on a weekly basis, the other one for reflection twice a semester.
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5Olga Glebova8Read about FOSS and HFOSS. It is my first time! :)Subscribed and already received an email there.Created the pageDone!Updated wiki accordinglyDid it but need to post on wikipartially doneSome ideas of adding it to CS1
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6Kevin Webb5Re-read seminal FOSS documents (FSF definition, CATB, etc.) that I haven't thought about in quite some time. :)Signed up for mailing list, sent registration email for site.Created profile. The logins to the site aren't enrcypted - browser was very unhappy.Registered nick 'kwebb' on freenode.Wrote brief notes on wiki profile page.
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7Francesco Maiorana7Read about FOSS and HFOSS. I surfed around landing into courses lead by POSSE moderatorsSubscribed, registered, sent a commentCreated a profile.Tried and used both desktop and web client. Wrote brief note on a secondary page linket to my profileWrote brief note on my wiki profile pageExplored GitHub and OpenHubDescribed possibilities for incorporating HFOSS into an independent study.
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8Dominic Letarte10Reread the documents. SubscribedCreated page with boilerplate info.Tried desktop client reverted to web for convenience. Review both projects. Sugar seems more appropriate to explain traditional software engineering as they use a more plan based approach. Updated wikiFilled the table. **Not convince that the repo size (in MB) is a relevant metric for Product Size. Added sloc (from GitHub Gloc extension)**. Identified potential activities for the different classes I teach. Answered questions
https://github.com/foss2serve/git-activity/pull/145
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9Susan Hammond10Completed Intro to FOSS readings.Subscribed and sent an introductory e-mail.Created page and added my name to participants listDid the activities and answered the questions on my wiki.Summarized Sugarlabs and Sahana projects in my wiki page.Went on the FOSS field trip and updated my wiki.Evaluted OpenMRS using the Project Evaluation Rubric and documented on my wiki.Identified potential activities for tmy Project Management class that I will teach this fall. Read about bug trackers and answered the questions in my wiki.forked the repo on Github, made the change to rollcall.md, and created a pull request for the foss2serve/github-rollcall-activity repo.
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10Karen Thurston11Reviewed/read the pagesSent subscribe emailCreate page and added my name to "Participants" listRegistered kthurston on freenode and joined foss2serveRead the information to prepare for the IRC meeting tomorrow at 1pm EDT. Formatted my Wiki to include the FOSS project information (to be completed).Updated wiki after completing work.Updated Wiki.Complete, updated Wiki.Complete, updated Wiki.I updated rollcalld after forking the POSSE repo. It was somewhat confusing whne I created the pull request. There was an option to attach a file, but it seems like I shouldn't have to attach rollcall.md since it is part of the fork. Maybe the option to attach a file is for supporting information.I have joined the Ushahidi group for the Stage2 project. I hope to find some C++ code within the repo since my courses teach C++.
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11Michele McColgan11Reviewed the FOSS documents.Subscribed and introduced myself on the mailing list.I created my wiki page and added my name.Reviewed the document, downloaded a client for my mac, and used frenode.net. Found the sugar IRC.Added notes to my wiki about Sugarlabs and the Sahana Edens project. Completed the FOSS field trip to github and openhub and answered questions on wiki.Used the Evaluation rubric to review OpenMRS and updated my wiki with the answers to the questions.Selected two types of projects with a few tasks and updated my wiki.I completed the bug tracker activity and updated my wiki.
I completed the git activity. I think I issued a pull request!
I added some activities to my wiki for a 1 credit course for students to develop Sugar actitivities to be used in our FLOSS Desktops for Kids program.
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12Steven Bradley11Read the FOSS documents. They seem to suggest that FOSS started in 1997 with Netscape, but I think it really has its roots much earlier in the *NIX variants and the FSFSent subscribe emailLogged in and created my wiki pageJoined IRC via freenode. My first time on IRC. Nicely retro!Useful notes. Might be good to add a link to https://semver.org/ in the section on releasesCompleted the FOSS field trip. Partially completed the review of OpenMRS and added to wiki. I can see that this is a really helpful set of criteria and is integrated into one of my learning activities.Went through the resources and picked out the activity ideas that I thought would work best with my students. Read through bug and issue trackersCompleted git activity including pull requestPulled together a sketch outline of a couple of learning activities and added them to the wiki
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13Yuan Long8Read and learned the FOSS documents.Sent subscribe emailCreate page and have added my name to participants listRegistered ylong on freenode sucessfully. Very useful tool.Reviewed both projects.Learned the differences between GitHub and OpenHubSelected one topic for my intro java class.I went through the questions about the bug tracker
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14Terry Harvey7Reviewed the pages.subscribedupdated :)joined via freenodeHave notes about OpenMRS, considering Ushahidi and othersdonereviewed OpenMRS
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