View Full Version : ET: Introducing Resource Snapshots

March 4th, 2007, 08:55 AM
Howdy again!

I wanted to have a way for the Education Team to be able to better work together on some of the resources that are being worked on. So I decided to ahead and introduce Resource Snapshots (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OhioTeam/EducationTeam/ResourceSnapshots). In short, they are similar to SVN's of software. In a sense, they are a "snapshot" of the work being made. They are a place where those working on resources can upload their work in progress, to allow others to add on and help finish or extend a resource.

For adding resources to the Resources Snapshot, please put the name of the resource, a short description of it (and any tips if you'd like), a link to download the resource, and a place for appends (where others can link to what they've created an add on or redo) to be merged with the main document. If you post an append, please sign your name with it).

You can reach the new Resources Snapshots under the main page of the Education Team Wiki (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OhioTeam/EducationTeam) next to Resources In Progress.

Also as a side note: I have gone ahead and licensed the first work under Creative Commons 3.0 so others can work on it and distribute it. I'd like to strongly suggest using a variant of CC to ensure the right of the team and others to be able to work on the documents and distribute them for other organizations (such as other LoCo's and LUG's) to use.

Enjoy! :KS

March 4th, 2007, 02:27 PM
Wow this is seriously sweet! I might be able to make one or two myself soon! Good job! :popcorn: