The event will ideally be related to Open Source at least
in some vague way. The report should be just a paragraph
or two describing who you visited and how it
went. Eventually submit your report via a
Prepare for your project presentation.
Project presentations will be the last week of class. You
are required to attend your assigned section for all class
time that week. You must be prepared to present at your
first class meeting of the final week. There are
guidelines for your project
Welcome. This Wiki is dedicated to our
project course in open
source software development for the UNIX environment. The
list of current projects is starting to be built.
This is a wiki. A wiki is a collaborative web site: once
you're registered, you can (and should) help maintain these
pages, and use the site as a work area. This wiki is hosted
on GitLab under the project
psu-oss-2018, which you
and your summer project will join once you get started.
We will be using Slack as our primary
course communications tool. You will be expected to be
available to participate in the Slack discussion. You must
use your @pdx.edu email address and your real name to
Final project are due Thursday of week eight of class at 5:00
PM. There will be no formal turn-in: instead, the project
GitHub repository will be graded directly.
There is a checklist of
A deduction of between a half-grade and a full
letter grade will generally be the result of failing
to meet these requirements (especially the copyright/license
requirement), so please use this checklist carefully.
A note on plagiarism: You are expected to follow the PSU
student conduct code. Plagiarism is using other people's
intellectual work (code, writing, ideas) without proper
attribution. Open source is all about sharing code and
ideas, but if you take them without saying where you got
them you are a plagiarist; if I catch you I will be