I have been inspired by others in our community. These lists, in
particular, have been an immense help to me over the years. I like to
think I can return the favour now and again, and in that spirit I'd like
to note that the SEU exit program mentioned in a recent thread is up on
Github for anyone to use, modify, enhance, or have a chuckle over.

https://github.com/starbuck5250/SEUEXIT

Here are the steps I took to get this there:
1) Create a Github account https://github.com/
2) Set up Github repo
a) New repository - SEUEXIT
i) Public repo
ii) Init w/README
iii) MIT licence (made it as free as I could?)
b) Edit the README.md file to have a simple description
c) Commit to master branch
3) Upload files - opens a window where one can drag a file

4) RDi
a) Open SEUEXIT in editor
-- we want the side-effect that this puts the member
in the workspace

5) Windows Explorer
a) Drill down into workspace
b) ...\QSYS.LIB\BUCK.LIB\QRPGLESRC.FILE
c) Drag SEUEXIT to the upload window

6) Commit directly to master
7) Copy URL and Paste to Midrange mailing list

I hope to find other IBM i open source on Github, and I hope this thread
helps motivate someone. Kudos to John Y and Aaron B for lighting this
particular fire.

Those of us on Twitter might consider following the #IBMiOSS hashtag.

If I forgot something, I trust someone will chip in.


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