How to contribute to cambridge-ceu
Assuming you have registered a GitHub account, simply contact owner of a repository to add yourself as a contributor.
As adapted from Apress, a more general approach involves the following steps:
- Make sure you have a GitHub account.
- Fork a repository.
- Create a new branch on which to make your change, e.g.
git checkout -b your_initials_or_description
- Commit your change. Include a commit message describing the correction. Please note that if your commit message is not clear, the correction will not be accepted.
- Submit a pull request from your_initials_or_description.
Technical guides and enhancements
- GitHub Guides including Hello world!, git-scm documentation including Reference.
- Git(Kraken) tutorials.
- Enhanced GitHub, GitHub Dark Theme, Octotree, sourcegraph and Widescreen for GitHub for Google Chrome.
- GUI / IDE, HelloGitHub, awesome-GitHub, Run your blog on GitHub Pages with Python.
- git recall.
- GitHub token and Connection with ssh.
- Markdown Guide, Markdown reference by Typora.
- Read the Docs Sphinx Theme and jekyll-rtd-theme (web)
CAUTION -- there are issues under cardio on GitHub synchronisation so it is appropriate to use
git pull but not
git push which can replace files on the server with empty ones for no reasons. Sometimes it is necessary to disable the pop-up window as described in NOTES.md.
This is in line with or somewhat mirrors University's policies for HPC.
Blischak JD, Davenport ER, Wilson G. A Quick Introduction to Version Control with Git and GitHub. PLoS Comput Biol 2016, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004668.
Chacon S, Straub B. Pro Git, 2e. Apress, 2014, https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-1-4842-0076-6.
GitHub education at the university https://help.uis.cam.ac.uk/news/github-education.