GNOME accounts

Dear students,

you probably want to commit your work to the project you are working on
and therefore you have two possibilites:

      * put each patch on the bug tracking system
      * get a git account and commit the patch by yourself

Of course you get a lot of power but also responsability with a GNOME
git account, as you theoretically could work on every project hosted on
GNOME git. We also like the idea to have the git account as a status
symbol, so please talk with your mentor first and just apply for a git
account if your mentor is ok with that. So, this is not "hey i get a
free account, to ..." but more one of the most powerful things you will
get as a GNOME developer.

If it is determined you need a git account, please discuss with your
mentor the appropriate branch to commit your changes and any commit
policies followed by that module.

To apply for a git account read the following:

Please _read_ it if you want to get an account ;) the sysadmins
do not want to reject every one of you because you choose the wrong
nickname, have a too short ssh key, ...

It is no problem to get a git account, but please think before applying
and talk with your mentor about it.

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