January 14, 2019 /
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by Adam Hintz
For a long time, we have wanted to create a place where we can share scripts, screens, tips and tricks with you – and where you can collaborate with other SCADA admins. GitHub is the perfect place to enable cooperative work; many people can benefit from a single submission.
We’ve created several repositories, which can be thought of as directories of related items, and uploaded relevant content to get the ball rolling. They exist in what is known as the CygNet Software organization (GitHub’s terminology for a group of repositories). We have a couple full-fledged example projects that showcase advanced functionality and repositories for posting or finding handy scripts or screens. Anyone can contribute!
The “Start Here” document contains the most up-to-date information about the repositories, how to contribute, and further reading. These repositories are currently available:
It’s About You, the Customers
These repositories have a lot of potential for anyone to learn and share advanced CygNet administration techniques. We want the sharing to be useful, welcoming, and informative, so we are releasing the repositories under the user-friendly 3-clause BSD license. What this loosely means is that the contents of the repositories can be used in any environment, if you cite our repository as the original source (disclaimer: this is not legal advice and you should read the license for yourself).
We look forward to seeing your contributions to these repositories. What benefits do you see coming from this? What would you like to see? Please let me know in the comments.
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