Here is the description I came up with, may have taken an idea or two from Rachels AR-Workshop-Description
Would be great if somebody could double check on the spelling. Also I estimated the times. I think we could either to 10-14 or 14-18, which would also depend on the availabillity of the coaches.
Taking over the world with GitHub – An Intro to social coding
April 27th, 14 – 18???
Adalbertstr. 7-8, Berlin-Kreuzberg – up on the 3rd floor
In this workshop you will be introduced to the social side of coding. We will
therefore use the most popular site for social programming: GitHub.
The weapon of our choice will be Git, a Source Code Management (SCM)
tool. This tool keeps a copy of every version of a file in your
repository - wether it is code or an important paper.
The course itself is going to have to parts. In the first part we will
get you up and running with Git and GitHub. You will create a simple
repository and get it on GitHub. During the second half we will show
you some of the really neat things you can do with GitHub.
We will welcome you to the Underground - a secret organisation planning world
domination. Here you will help us to create a list of the best cafes,
bars and restaurants around the globe. After all: Nobody wants to take over the world
with an empty stomach.
RSVPs will open on April 16, 2014 Wednesday. Unfortunately the Underground
only can accommodate a limited number of people, so please keep the list
up to date.
We are still looking for people to help us coach. If you
are interested in helping people get started with Git, please let us
know with a posting in this discussion.
(link to here: http://discourse.opentechschool.org/t/call-for-coaches-git-workshop-in-berlin/494/2)