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# Why are we using Git for creating resources?
This repository and the resources contained within it are built using a [version controlled git repository](https://github.com/cassgvp/WIN-Open-Neuroimaging-Community), rendered into an accessible "book" format.
This repository and the resources contained within it are built using a [version controlled git repository](https://git.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/open-science/community/Open-WIN-Community), rendered into an accessible "book" format.
Using git makes it easy to review and accept contributions from many different people, and flexibly update our resources with a full history of activity.
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Providing feedback about this site is a contribution to the community. Thank you in advance for your contribution! 😃 Any contribution you make will be recorded via GitHub, and we'll make sure you are recognised for it.
**If you're looking for a quick way to contribute (something that will take less than 20 minutes!), please take a look at these ["quick-contribution" issues](https://github.com/cassgvp/WIN-Open-Neuroimaging-Community/labels/quick-contribution). See below for a brief description of what an issue is and how to comment.**
## What is an "issue"
An "issue" is a term used by GitHub for a place to track ideas, enhancements, tasks, or bugs.
You can leave feedback on this site by commenting on the [issues in our GitHub repository](https://github.com/cassgvp/WIN-Open-Neuroimaging-Community/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+sort%3Acreated-asc). You are welcome to comment on any issue that feels relevant. If you are new to the community you might like to first have a go with the issues labelled "good first issue".
You can leave feedback on this site by commenting on the [issues in our GitHub repository](https://git.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/open-science/community/Open-WIN-Community/-/issues). You are welcome to comment on any issue that feels relevant. If you are new to the community you might like to first have a go with the issues labelled "good first issue".
## Creating a GitHub account to comment
To comment on the issues you will need a GitHub login. If you haven’t got one, it takes two seconds to [create a GitHub account](https://github.com/join). Accounts are free and you can close them at any time.
## Creating a GitLab account to comment
To comment on the issues you will need a WIN GitLab login. If you haven’t got a WIN GitLab account, take a look at [this guide](../gitlab/2-1-starting-gitlab-account) for how to create one.
## Do I have to write something?
No. If you don't feel like writing out something, you are very welcome to add a quick emoji to something someone else has written. Feedback on other people's feedback is also really helpful!
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## Will my comments be public?
Yes. We'd really like for all feedback to be public. This will ensure that everything is transparent and well recorded. The aim is to show that community members have had input on these pages, and we’ve listened to and incorporated your feedback.
Please don’t be worried about being critical (if something’s not right, I need to know about it!), but please try to be respectful and courteous, as per the [community participation guidelines](community/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md).
Please don’t be worried about being critical (if something’s not right, I need to know about it!), but please try to be respectful and courteous, as per the [community participation guidelines](../community/CODE_OF_CONDUCT).
## Do I *really* have to use GitHub?
If this process really doesn't work for you, I'd still love to receive your feedback one way or another. By email is just fine 😊.
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