I've just set up a GitHub page for Lynxmotion. The goal of this project is to have all of the code hosted on Lynxmotion.com that we use on our robots to be readily available to the Lynxmotion and robot community. We'd also like to make it as easy to contribute as possible. There's just one problem. Here at the office we know nothing about GitHub... So we're asking for your help to get this thing rolling in the right direction. If you know anything about how GitHub works you're already ahead of us.
This will be the Official Lynxmotion GitHub forum thread. All discussion concerning the Lynxmotion
GitHub page should go in this thread.
Here's the page: https://github.com/Lynxmotion/
I've managed to create a repo for the Phoenix Code and i'll use this as an example of how we'd like for it to turn out.
What is it?
This repo should host all current working versions of the Phoenix hexapod code for the various microcontrollers it has been ported to.
Who can edit the code?
ANYONE!? We'd like for anyone to be able to suggest changes to the code; however, all final changes will be approved by Lynxmotion or The Gurus (Kurte, xan, zenta)
"Hey, I ported the Phoenix Code to run on ..."
Great! We'd love to have your port in our repo!
So, we need your help to make this happen. Show us what you can do.
Also, I found a guide that might be useful to anyone that has the time to sit down and go through it.http://blog.mattgauger.com/git-github-a-beginners-guide
p.s. If I need to make changes to settings or the like in order for something to work just let me know in this thread.