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Author avatarRomeoplat | Last edit 4/07/2023 by Timm

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  1. opendocumentation workshop seeks to empower its audience or participants with skills of how to document their activities, which could be hardware making or document compilation, or any relevant activity which can be documented for future references and improvements hence using different open licences.

Introduction

documentation is a very vital step in any making, when you want to build or create any hard ware or idea you need to follow steps and of which these steps have to be documented to give hence give you a bigger picture of all your working.

prepare all your self.

Materials

  • flip charts
  • pens
  • marker pens
  • note books

Tools

  • ASKotec(Tools and materials)
  • projector
  • computers
  • computer sofwares (Github, Wikifab etc)

Step 1 - prepare your space (Maker space)

  • arrange your tables to groups
  • arrange your participants in groups
  • cycle rules and reflection




Step 2 - software installation

  • install all necessary software for the training (Github, Wikifab, arduino)
  • computer checking and repair
  • recommendation of proper mobile apps and installation e.g Makor




Step 3 - Fill communication gap with your participants

  • create a telegram account with your participants to share links and references
  • share schedules on that platform




Step 4 - Hands on skill building

  • arrange your team

Step 5 - software installation

  • install all necessary software for the training (Github, Wikifab, arduino)
  • computer checking and repair
  • recommendation of proper mobile apps and installation e.g Makor




Step 6 - Fill communication gap with your participants

  • create a telegram account with your participants to share links and references
  • share schedules on that platform




Step 7 - Hands on skill building

  • arrange your team

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