1. How do I update my schedule and register for working sessions?
In order to update your schedule, follow these steps:
Visit your profile page. For example, https://open-security-summit.org/participant/francois-raynaud/.
On the next page, add the “sessions:” that you want to attend. You can enter as many sessions as you want to attend. Each session will be added as an item in a YAML list. So just give an enter after the colon, add two spaces, and a dash ‘-’, another space, and the name of the title of the working session. This is a simple example:
sessions: - Some session title - Another session title
Create a new branch for this commit, create a pull request and commit changes.
When merged, changes should reflect on your main profile page after a delay of a minute or so.
2. I don’t have a profile page, how do I register as a participant on GitHub?
There are two types of participants - Onsite and Remote
- To register as a remote participant:
Please make a copy of the remote participant template and save it in the same folder (https://github.com/OpenSecuritySummit/oss2018/tree/master/content/participant-remote). Fill in your details there.
- To register as an onsite participant:
Please make a copy of the participant template and save it in the same folder (https://github.com/OpenSecuritySummit/oss2018/tree/master/content/participant).
If you are going to contribute to a working session it makes sense to fork the repo and push your changes (https://github.com/OpenSecuritySummit/oss2018).