Debian Academy : Beginner How_to
While the Debian Academy page has links to the various required resources, it was pointed out, that all this information needs to be easy to find.
There are several key parts to the Project infrastructure
- Mailing list
So to take each one of the above, in turn and explain how to engage with each
This is our primary method of communication, if you have e-mail, you can subscribe to the mailing list, any e-mail sent will be picked by other subscribers.
You do not need to be subscribed but it may help if you would like to be more involved with the project.
Enter your e-mail address.
*Importantly this page also lets you unsubscribe from the list, if you wish to do so*
Storm (also known as SandStorm) is an online collaborative text editor that the team is using to brainstorm and gather ideas, thoughts etc for the project.
You can sign up to a free account and your thoughts / ideas to the document.
- Gitlab is a open source equivalent of the popular GitHub software project collaborative platform
- Debian Gitlab instance
- Academy Team Page
Once you are signed up to gitlab, you can request team access. You can also use your credentials to sign in to Moodle.
- IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, this is a real time. text based chat, discussion platform.
1 OFTC 2 In the form in the upper right enter * #debian-academy * Nickname
Then press !chat
This will take you to a web based chat interface. This channel may seem quiet.
If you are already familiar with IRC please feel free to use your favourite client software.
- Moodle is
Moodle is the world's most popular learning management system. Start creating your online learning site in minutes!
We are using Moodle to create and present courses for the Academy project,
- Academy Moodle Instance again sign up is free and you can use your GitLab credentials to sign in.
Peertube is a decentralised, privacy friendly video sharing platform.
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