nre-learningorganization. As a result, no matter where you want to contribute to the Antidote project, you're likely able to do so by contributing to one of these repositories.
This is not meant to be a tutorial on Git or Github. While you certainly don't need to be a Git expert to work with Antidote repositories (especially if you're only interacting with Github), you will always be well-served to get some basics under your belt. This
basic introductionis highly recommended reading, and we will be making some references to the terms contained within. In addition, if you don't have a Github account, sign up for one here. There's really no getting around it, if you wish to interact with the Antidote project in nearly any capacity.
nrelabs-curriculumrepository is probably one of the most popular repositories in the Antidote project. While not technically part of the Antidote platform, it is the flagship curriculum developed for the platform, and is what powers the NRE Labs site. For the vast majority of examples, we'll be using this repository to illustrate the concepts, but for the most part, everything applies to any Antidote repository.
community site(which you should totally do), a leading way to do this is to "Watch" the Antidote repositories relevant to you. You can do this by navigating to one of the repositories, and clicking the "Watch" drop-down at the top right of the page:
complexity: lowlabel. For the
nrelabs-curriculumrepository, this URL gets you straight there.