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    11= Collaboration on !GitHub =
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    3 This page gives guidelines for distributed collaboration on implementing Django features.
     3This page gives guidelines for distributed Django development.
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    55== 1. Install git ==
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    7 On Ubuntu:
    8  1. it makes sense to use the latest git (1.6), there is a personal package archive that provides backports to all Ubuntu releases since Hardy at https://launchpad.net/~smartlounge/+archive
    9  1. add `deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/smartlounge/ubuntu UBUNTU_RELEASE_NAME main` to `/etc/apt/sources.list`
    10  1. install git
     7If you want to learn more about `git`, see [http://git-scm.com/ the git webpage] or [http://git.or.cz/gitwiki/GitCheatSheet the git cheat sheet] for a quick overview.
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     9=== Ubuntu ===
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     11As of January 2009, the latest `git` release is 1.6.1. As there are many improvements compared with older releases (notably, a single executable), it is advisable to use this version instead of the ones provided in the Ubuntu release repositories. There is [https://launchpad.net/~smartlounge/+archive a personal package archive] that provides `git` 1.6.1 backports to all Ubuntu releases since Hardy.
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     13Installation instructions: 
     14 1. add the following line to `/etc/apt/sources.list` (substituting `UBUNTU_RELEASE_NAME` with the Ubuntu release you are using):
    1115 {{{
     16deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/smartlounge/ubuntu UBUNTU_RELEASE_NAME main
     17 }}}
     18 1. install `git`:
     19 {{{
     20$ apt-get update
    1221$ apt-get install git
    1322 }}}
     23 1. verify that the correct version was installed:
     24 {{{
     25$ git --version
     26git version 1.6.1
     27 }}}
     28
     29== 2. Register an account on !GitHub ==
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     31Go to https://github.com/signup/free and follow the instructions.
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    1533== 2. Fork the automatically updated copy of Django trunk on !GitHub ==
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