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AnkyHub: A Collaborative Anki's Decks Tool

User's Guide


AnkyHub is a collaboration software tool to help people in a study group to collaboratively create a deck to master their study sessions. This tool is based in the popular flashcard computer program Anki developed by Damien Elmes.

AnkyHub is based on the super powers of distributed version control systems (DVCS) such as Git, Mercurial, Subversion, and Fossil; using a DVCS it is possible to allow a study group to add new cards, or edit existing ones, on a shared Anki deck; Fossil is the DVCS selected to make this project work.

Project's Team

This project is developed and supported by: * Alejandro Garcia "El Viejo" * J. Arturo Mora Soto "Jams"

How to use AnkyHub

As user of AnkyHub you will have access to the most updated versions of the Ankis' decks created by the Data Gallos Team. To start enjoying these decks just follow the next steps:

Step 1: Install Anki desktop

To start working with AnkyHub first you have to install Anki desktop program on you computer. You can download it from its official website, it is available for Microsoft Windows, Apply OS X, Linux/BSD.

Step 2: Download a Data Gallos Team deck

Go to the AnkiWeb shared decks directory, directly from your web browser or from the Anki desktop Get Shared button, and search for a Data Gallos deck by typing "datagallos" on the search box or by navigating directly to the Data Gallos decks' section.

Step 3: Import the Data Gallos Team deck

From Anki desktop, clic on the Import button and add your new deck to your Anki account.