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Summer of Code/Students Guidelines

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Update GSOC Student Guidelines for Git Migration
* Get in contact with your project mentors and ensure they have all the pertinent information about you they may need (include useful info such as your primary time zone/location etc.).
* [http://sourceforge.net/account/registration/ Create an account on SF.net.]
* [https://github.com/signup/free Create an account on Github.]* [http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#userregistration Register your nick on FreeNode.net] (it's a good idea for your IRC and , SF.net and Github nicks to be similar/identical).
* Ideally stay connected to IRC and in [irc://irc.freenode.net/scummvm #ScummVM], it is often the quickest way to resolve issues with your mentor or get feedback from the larger team. If you can't stay connected to IRC please review the [http://logs.scummvm.org logs] frequently.
* [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/scummvm-devel Subscribe to the scummvm-devel mailing list] and briefly introduce yourself to the team. Tell them who you are, what you are going to work on, where your blog is, what your IRC nick is.
* Read and follow our [[Code Formatting Conventions]].
* Commit your code as soon as possible, preferably on a daily basis or more often. Our preferred approach to code commits is 'commit early, commit often'. Remember that your code is one of the key project deliverables so the more code we can see the easier it is to judge progress and help ensure that everything goes smoothly.
* We use [http://subversiongit-scm.tigris.orgcom/ Subversion (SVN)Git] as our version management system. Please refer to the online book [http://svnbook.redgit-beanscm.com/ Version Control with Subversiondocumentation documentation] and the book [http://progit.org/book/ Pro Git] for instructions on how to use SVNGit.<br>[[Git_tips|This]] and [[GIT_Migration|this]] might also be useful to refer to. <br>Please also note that all students will be working off of individual [http://svnbookprogit.red-bean.comorg/enbook/1.4/svn.branchmerge.whatisch3-0.html branches] of ScummVM , not our the main development code(master).<br>We host currently code on [https://github.com/scummvm Github], but SF.net is used for bug tracking, patch tracking etc.
* Reflect your progress in a weblog. It's fine to reuse your existing weblog, if you have one, with a "ScummVM GSoC" category or so. If you don't have one already, try [http://www.blogger.com/ Blogger], [http://wordpress.com Wordpress] (see also http://wordpress.org), [http://www.movabletype.com/ Movable Type], ... Start blogging very soon, even if it's just a "First post" so we can have a definite URL and we can subscribe to it.
* Create your user page on our Wiki and give a brief overview on what you are working on. However, your weblog is the main place to write about your progress.
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