Open Source Software Development Fall 2018, Hunter College, Stewart Weiss
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|Course||Open Source Software Development, http://www.compsci.hunter.cuny.edu/~sweiss/course_materials/csci132/csci132_f18.php|
|Institution||Hunter College, CUNY, New York City|
|Instructor(s)||Stewart Weiss, email: email@example.com, http://www.compsci.hunter.cuny.edu/~sweiss|
|Course Overview||An elective course for students who want to learn how to contribute to open source software projects|
|Course Length||15-week term|
|Student Characteristics||mostly upper juniors and seniors, small size classroom (holds 20)|
|Prerequisites||A data structures course|
|Infrastructure||Held in a conference room with each student bringing a laptop|
- the student will become a contributing member of a software development community and have documented evidence of their contribution; and
- the student will document their efforts on this project by creating a blog that chronicles their work.
- contributions (30%) such as pull requests that have been accepted, or those that were not accepted but, deserve to be treated as if they were accepted;
- homework (30%) submitted in response to assignments that I post on the website or distribute in class;
- participation (40%) including attending meetings, completing the weekly blog posts, and oral presentations made to the group
Notes to Instructor
- Tips, suggestions, lessons learned (warnings)...
- what next steps are desirable or possible for this course
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