Cryptonomicon player-space template

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Getting Started

  1. Sign up for a free github account unless you already have one.
  2. Check out the Cryptonomicon rules, especially the Player role.
  3. Fork the player-space repo into your own account.
    fork button
  4. Rename the repo using your own github ID. (e.g. if your github name is flounder then name it flounder-space)
  5. Edit the changing the name to your own. (Select the file on the Code tab then hit the Edit icon.)
    edit When you are done it is OK to commit directly to the master branch:
  6. Publish the repo with github pages (on the repo Settings tab). The theme has already been set to Hacker for you.
    Make a note of the link to your space.
  7. If you are familiar with pull requests, fork Cryptonomicon to your own account and add your own player-space to the Player roster, otherwise ask a current player to do so on your behalf.

Once the PR is merged, you’re in!

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