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Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Alright! I think this is all setup. Let me know if there's anything else I need to do.
Muhammad
@mraza007
I think it’s perfect @jrg94
This will be our IRC channel lol
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Sounds good! Now, we just need people to join. haha
Muhammad
@mraza007
Haha yes
You can tell the team members and contributors to join our IRC
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
I added a link to the Gitter in the Sample Programs README. Too bad there isn't a clean way to do this on the organization page.
Muhammad
@mraza007
Nice
Btw I was wondering what's our goal and mission
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
I'm not sure! Haha I kicked this whole project off in March, so a lot has happened since then.
In general, I'd say the mission of the project is to provide open-source educational resources. At least, that's why I started the project. I'm hoping with enough snippets research groups may grow interested in the collection. From there, who knows!
Muhammad
@mraza007
Yup since then the project has grown a lot and i think it’s a good sign
Muhammad
@mraza007
Hey @jrg94 one of my friends want to join this organization what’s the procedure like he’s a front end dev
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
I believe they should be able to join the chat no problem
As for the org, I'm not sure. I can invite them!
They may be able to request access. I'm not super familiar with GitHub orgs yet.
I've been inviting people who make pull requests, so they'll automatically get added if they make a contribution.
Muhammad
@mraza007
Sure I’ll pass him the link thanks
popoway
@popoway
Hi this is Ming I’m Muhammad’s friend nice to meet you!
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
:smiley: Welcome!
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
hii guys, Just found the repo, really good idea, very excited to start contributing
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Happy to have you! Let us know if you need anything.
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
I have been wanting to start blogging for a while, been reading about it for a while now but I am not really sure what the repo means by writing an article about every code snippet ?, Is it possible to write a whole article about a hello world statement ?
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
Also i have another question, can i have 2 pull requests in same time ? i have made a first pull request, while it is awaiting approval, can i have push to forked repo and create a new pull request with another different feature, would this affect my first pull request ? if it would, How can i do this without affecting it ?
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
It is possible to write an article about Hello World! Of course, it depends on the level of detail you'd like. If you've checked out any of our current Hello World articles, we typically start by talking about the language itself.
So we'll chat about language background: when did it come out, how was it influenced, what is it good for, how popular is it, etc.
Then, we share the snippet and briefly break it down. Some languages are more complex than others. If it's very simple, I might talk about the API a little and explain what else you can or can't do with the same function.
Then, we chat about how to run the solution. This can get very complicated depending on how well maintained the language is.
Finally, we invite others to share the article!
I'd say it's normal for a Hello World article to average around 500 words. More if the language is more interesting. Less if not.
Also, I'm not super sure about the pull requests question. If you're merging from separate branches, you should be fine. If everything is on master, we may run into conflicts.
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
Okai sounds good, i will give it a try then, the moonscript hello world i suppose, thanks jeremy!
Christoph Böhmwalder
@chrboe
@BassemMohamed are you using the regular git command line or any graphical client?
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
@BassemMohamed If you're interested, you can write the article for The Renegade Coder. I'll have to get you an account if you don't already have one: https://therenegadecoder.com/members/account/
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
@chrboe i am using the regular git command line, this is my first time collaborating in open source repo, so in the past the cmd was enough for any work related/personal related repos
@chrboe i think i know how to prevent the prevouis problem from happening, I will sync the fork first using a pull request (fork << main) before doing my pull request (fork >> main)
Bassem Mohamed
@BassemMohamed
@jrg94 yes sure, i tried to sign up, but the link is not currently working https://therenegadecoder.com/members/registration/
Christoph Böhmwalder
@chrboe
@BassemMohamed I think there's a misunderstanding; I was hoping you were using the command line because it's awesome and i love it 😁
the way i have it set up is that I've cloned my fork (so the local master branch always points to my fork) and I've added an additional remote for the "main" repo