Your team

Creating a new team

1. Check the teams list

On the teams list check if your team has already been added.

Nav bar teams

If you're already part of a team, you can also see it in your user profile.

User profile with team

As a team member you can edit your team's profile. If you haven't been added to your team, yet, then ask one of the members to sign in and add you. They will need your GitHub handle for that.

If your team hasn't been created yet, you can add it yourself.

2. Add a team

In order to create a team, you must be logged in the Teams App (see "Your account").

On the teams list, click on the "New team" button.

New team button

Fill out the basic fields and add team members.

3. Add team members

A team must have two students and at least two coaches. You can add a team member in one of two ways:

NOTE:

  • You can't add more than two students.
  • Each student can participate in one team only.
  • One coach can coach more than one team.
  • All coaches must be confirmed.

4. Confirm coaches

See "Confirming your coach status".

5. Add resources

Your team can register "sources" from which the Teams app will try to aggregate updates; it can be a blog or a repository. To add a source, press the "Add a source" button on the action panel of the team's page.

Team action panel

Please add any blog that is relevant to your team by registering its RSS or Atom feed URLs.

Also add all the GitHub repository URLs that you are planning to work on as sources. Currently this won't actually do anything yet, but we plan to aggregate information from there, too.

Team add source form

6. Fill out additional information (for accepted teams only)

Once your team has been accepted to the program, you can fill out additional information about your team. In order to do so, press the "Edit" button on the action panel of the team's page and scroll the form down. After the list of team members you will see several new fields.

Edit team additional info

If your team has a GitHub organization (you might want one and they're free for Open Source) then please add the handle. If your team has a Twitter account, then please add it, too.

Editing an existing team

In order to edit your team, press the "Edit" button on the action panel of your team's page.

NOTE: All members of your team including the coaches have a permission to edit the team.

Edit team form

Deleting a team

In order to delete your team, open the edit form (see above) and press the "Destroy" button on the top right corner.

Edit team delete button

Troubleshooting

Work in progress...