Unlike regular GitHub, connecting to GitHub Enterprise requires a few additional steps, as GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech is not publicly accessible.
Please note that it is easy to connect to GitHub Enterprise via GitHub Desktop, which natively supports enterprise installs like GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech.
To facilitate access to a repository in GitHub Enterprise at Georgia Tech, follow the directions below.
Request a Custom Georgia Tech Top-Level Domain Name
Please note that Top-Level Domain names (also known as third-level DNS entries) will require approval from Institute Communications. You can seek approval before submitting your request to OIT, or otherwise OIT will reach out to them to get approval before adding your requested domain name to the DNS system.
The process below outlines the creation of a sub-unit subdomain for Georgia Tech's PWP service. Sub-unit domains take the form of domain.unit.gatech.edu.
Step 1. Request Sub-Domain Creation through Unit CSR/IT Support
To obtain a custom sub-domain, submit the following message to your local department, school, unit IT or CSR support through their standard support channel.
Please replace "subunit.something" with the actual name that you want:
Drupal is a very popular Content Management System that is the preferred system for Georgia Tech unit websites.
The Georgia Tech Drupal Users Group provides a wiki-style website with informational guides and articles about Drupal usage. Please refer to their website if you need more information about Drupal at Georgia Tech.
This page details upcoming web development related conferences for the upcoming 2019 calendar year.
There are a number of Slack and chat groups built for communication between web developers.
University Web Developers Group
A general University higher education web development organization and Slack group. Calm and quiet, but good for reaching out to a broad spectrum of experts.