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Lector @ Github

Post by Bren2010 on Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:11 pm
([msg=47208]see Lector @ Github[/msg])

Lector @ Github

In case you live an a cave, don't read channel topics, and most likely have never been to a lecture, you probably don't know what Lector is, and if you do, then you probably don't know that he's on Github.

Basically, Lector is the IRC bot that runs the lectures. He acts as an IRC version of Power Point, and an announcer but we don't want to stop there. That's why we encourage anybody that can to help with the development of out little bot.

You can find the project's homepage at: http://github.com/Bren2010/HTS-Lecture-Bot

Fork the repo, do whatever you want to it, and when you think you've got something good, send me a pull request, and if I like it I'll add it to the official repo! :D

This is a chance to contribute directly to code used on HTS, so I hope to see some good work from lots of members. ;)
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Post by leroux-cifer on Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:20 pm
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I'll surely be using Lector for my lecture on *nix Shells. =)

Hopefully all goes well.

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