On Saturday, 27th October 2018 an orientation session of MozGuna and a session on github was organized for the all 1st, 2nd & 3rd-year students Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology. During orientation students were informed about how MozGuna got started as a project under Mozilla Open Leadership program and who all are the people behind MozGuna. Students were also told how they cann start contributing to MozGuna.
During the workshop, participants learned the basics of GIT, understand the Git Flow, created a sample repository to play with and made their first pull request. First, they got an overview of how the workflow of producing software works in IT companies. The about Git that Git is a version control system, which tracks versions of the project over time and most of its commands. We also worked with GitHub to gain an understanding of how to fork, clone, and contribute to projects by submitting pull requests.
The total number of attendees was more than 80.