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From "Craig L Russell (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (TRAINING-5) Donation: Github challenges
Date Thu, 02 May 2019 23:53:00 GMT

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Craig L Russell commented on TRAINING-5:
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[~jmclean]

Just to be clear: we are talking about accepting the .svg file attachment into the training
project?

As I commented earlier, I agree the file cannot be accepted without a specific or general
grant, either SGA or CCLA covering the file (and possibly other similar files that can be
described well enough).

Just like any other third-party material that we find lying about.

> Donation: Github challenges
> ---------------------------
>
>                 Key: TRAINING-5
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TRAINING-5
>             Project: Apache Training
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Isabel Drost-Fromm
>            Priority: Major
>         Attachments: 01_workflow.svg
>
>
> For context - this is following Lars' idea there: [https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/66636f8402426143a81b5bf5070a5b6957d2b5e63284f9ee06dabc82@%3Cdev.training.apache.org%3E]
to simply open a Jira issue for to-be-donated-content. I'm happy to have the process created,
refined and refactored while we go through it. I think it makes sense to do so with a guinea
pig to try things out, happy to be that guinea pig myself.
> Actual donation context: At my dayjob we are currently in the process of lifting company
knowledge about development processes with Git and GitHub. As for several projects Inner Source
best practices were adopted ([http://innersourcecommons.org)|http://innersourcecommons.org)/]
we aren't that far from the Apache Way internally.
> One way we are currently trying is to raise awareness of the various Git/Github features
through challenges/ riddles posted close to the coffee machine.
> Essentially those challenges are simply svg files that you can print and fill in. As
such I think they might make for a good sandbox to develop our content donation processes
in a test first way.
> Currently all challenges are employer-branded. Happy to drop that/ have that white-labeled.
> Kudos to [https://davidrehman.de/] for helping me out with his design skills - he helped
arrange the sheets in a way that looked much less clumsy than my own first try and still kept
space for a Monalisa Octocat.
> Caveat: Graph was inspired by Gitlab's Git cheat-sheet.
>  



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