I was born in the darkness
OpenHatch at Mason 2015

October 24th, 2015

What is OpenHatch?
Basically? An all-day open source contribution workshop. Run by SRCT at George Mason University.
What workshops?
ActivityDescription
Computer SetupIRC (a chatting protocol) setup, command line navigation, git (used to maintain and control versions of code) install, text editor practice
Open Source Communication ToolsGain familiarization with tools like mailing lists, issue trackers, version control, IRC, etc
Learning GitLearn to effectively use Git, a version control tool used in a large deal of software development companies projects for collaboration.
Career PanelLearn from experts in the field.
History and Ethics of Free SoftwareLearn about the past of the Free and Open Source Software movement
Contributions Workshop -WorkshopMake actual contributions to FOSS projects
Contributions Workshop - WrapupStudents report on their progress, future events in the area for open source programming, FOSS opportunities, exit survey
Meals
Questions or allergies? Contact SRCT Exec
MealFood
BreakfastFruit, Pastries, Donuts, and Coffee
LunchMini Subs (Veggie, Turkey, and Roast Beef)
Snacks, Beverages, & Sides: Chips and Cookies; Soda, Lemonade, Coffee, and Water
DinnerChicken Soft Tacos or Grilled Vegetables, Hummus, and Pita
SRCT Exec
Email SRCT Executives at exec@srct.gmu.edu