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We are working under the the Linux Foundation’s Open Mainframe Project. There are many benefits to this including a standardized method of running and contributing to an open source project. Below is information that will allow you to participate in the GenevaERS project.

 

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Standing Meetings

 

Meeting cancellations are announced via the GenevaERS Slack channel

The US Weekly Scrum Meeting is held every Monday 4:00 – 4:30 US CST via Zoom

You will be required to create an account to register for the meeting. Once you have created an account, you will receive a personal meeting invite containing a Zoom link.  

There is a meeting every Tuesday from 8 – 9 PM US CST via Zoom. Meeting agendas alternate between Technical Steering Committee and an international working meeting. Meeting details are in the GenevaERS calendar

 


 

Onboarding

 

Want to join the project? Check out our onboarding document.

 


 

Using Git to Contribute to the Project

 

New to Git? These resources will help you with with the basics. Don’t worry if you don’t understand right away or make mistakes; we’ve been there.

 

Note, many of the examples and tutorials use commands via a shell / command line. If you prefer using an interface, options are available for Linux, Mac, and Windows.

 

What and why is Git and Github? – via the Git Handbook

 

Git the Simple Guide which includes links to interfaces

 

Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #4 – Git 101 Basics YouTube video 33:49 minutes

 

A Beginner’s Guide to the most Frequently used Git Commands

 


 

Advanced Git Concepts Required to Contribute Project Repositories

 

Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #5 – Git Pull Requests explained
YouTube video 21:09 minutes

 

There is a meeting every Tuesday from 8 – 9 PM US CDT via Zoom

Meetings alternate between TSC and international working meeting

 


Onboarding

Want to join the project? Check out our onboarding document.


Using Git to Contribute to the Project

New to Git? These resources will help you with with the basics. Don’t worry if you don’t understand right away or make mistakes; we’ve been there.

Note, many of the examples and tutorials use commands via a shell / command line. If you prefer using an interface, options are available for Linux, Mac, and Windows.

What and why is Git and Github? – via the Git Handbook

Git the Simple Guide which includes links to interfaces

Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #4 – Git 101 Basics YouTube video 33:49 minutes

A Beginner’s Guide to the most Frequently used Git Commands


Advanced Git Concepts Required to Contribute Project Repositories

Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #5 – Git Pull Requests explained
YouTube video 21:09 minutes

There is a meeting every Tuesday from 8 – 9 PM US CDT via Zoom

Meetings alternate between TSC and international working meeting

 



Onboarding


Want to join the project? Check out our onboarding document.




Using Git to Contribute to the Project


New to Git? These resources will help you with with the basics. Don’t worry if you don’t understand right away or make mistakes; we’ve been there.


Note, many of the examples and tutorials use commands via a shell / command line. If you prefer using an interface, options are available for Linux, Mac, and Windows.


What and why is Git and Github? – via the Git Handbook


Git the Simple Guide which includes links to interfaces


Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #4 – Git 101 Basics YouTube video 33:49 minutes


A Beginner’s Guide to the most Frequently used Git Commands




Advanced Git Concepts Required to Contribute Project Repositories


Computer Stuff They Didn’t Teach You #5 – Git Pull Requests explained
YouTube video 21:09 minutes

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