Name: Susan Imberman
Position: Associate Professor Computer Science, College of Staten Island, 2800 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY
Currently - University Associate Dean Technology Education, CUNY Central, 205 East 42nd St., New York, NY
IRC: server: freenode.net nick: Grandma Techie
Bio: I have always been interested in the FOSS and HFOSS projects but never been able to participate before. I am looking forward to all this has to offer.
Roles of Contributors: All roles deal with enhancing and marketing Sugar projects. My students would most be interested in being developers
To submit a bug you add it to the apporpriate repo in GitHub
The last code commit was 11/28/3018
The Roadmap is updated at the beginning of each release cycle
24,354 Education repos
Click on the first project. Click on Graphs (Insights), then Commits. What information does this page provide?
Go back to the main page and use the Search feature to look for humanitarian applications. Type the word humanitarian in the search box and click Search. How many repositories are there in this category? 452
Locate the HTBox/crisischeckin project. When was the last update?
Use the Search feature to look for disaster management applications. Type the phrase disaster management the search box and click Search. How many projects are there in this category? 415
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Identify the license for the following projects (look for a LICENSE file in the project's root; if it's not there assume no license):
https://github.com/openmrs/openmrs-core Mozilla Public License, version 2.0
Commercial Use Modify Distribute Sublicense Place Warranty Use Patent Claims
Use Trademark Hold Liable
https://github.com/apache/incubator-fineract Apache License Version 2.0, January 2004
Commercial Use Modify Distribute Sublicense Private Use Use Patent Claims Place Warranty
Hold Liable Use Trademark
Include License State Changes Include Notice
Go to https://tldrlegal.com/
HFOSS in courses 1 - Course Data Structures. Stuart Weiss’ evaluation of the documentation of a priority queue looks interesting to do with my students
. Look up each of the above licenses. Identify the “cans” the “cannots” and the “musts” for each. For each license, state whether you would (or would not) be comfortable contributing code to that project and why (or why not). Deliverables POSSE: On your user wiki page, a section answering the above questions.