How to Create a SSH Key for Git


Hola amigos, I will be going to show you how to create a SSH key for git so that you don't need to type your password again and again while pushing your local code. To check existing SSH keys in your machine run the following commands in the terminal: This will list all your keys … Continue reading How to Create a SSH Key for Git

Setting up HomeBrew on Mac OS X


Hola Amigos šŸ™‚ If you are using Mac and are Open Source enthusiast or a developer or want to install any open source packages that are available for Linux-based OS's through your Terminal.App rather than compiling and installing from source. Well don't worry HomeBrew comes to your rescue. In this post, I am going to … Continue reading Setting up HomeBrew on Mac OS X

Contributing to Open Source: First Bug Fix


Hey amigos! Well if you reached here by googling 'Bug fix' or similar, or are following me:). This might help you get started with contributing to Open Source or bug fixing. First of all I tried contributing to Debian, as I was already packaging for Debian-Diaspora. But later I found Debian a bit difficult in … Continue reading Contributing to Open Source: First Bug Fix

FOSSMeet ’14: A Speaker’s Dairy


HolaĀ Amigos! Some of our mates missed theĀ FOSSMeet @ NIT-CĀ this year and wanted to know about the same. So here it goes from a Speaker's POV (that's me šŸ™‚ talking on 'Contributing to GNOME-Music'): As usual everything happened at theĀ last-minute. I was in Data Structure's lecture when they call me and tell that you have to … Continue reading FOSSMeet ’14: A Speaker’s Dairy