# Events listing site
We maintain an event listing site over at https://events.lando.dev (opens new window) and highly encourage you to post your event there. This is a good way for us to market the event and also get you credit for your contribution.
You can easily add an event using some secret lando commands.
# 1. Damn preliminaries
You will need to go through all the steps in our Getting Involved section if you have not done so already. This will get you rolling for contribution. All the steps from the aforementioned section for completeness are shown below:
- Install Lando from source and activate secret toggle
- Add yourself as a contributor
- Process to adding your first guide
If you are having issues with any of the above or need some guidance from one of our guide pros, make sure you join our Slack org (opens new window) and check out the #community and/or #evangelists channels.
# 2. Create a new branch
# Make sure you are on an updated master git checkout master git pull origin master # Checkout a new branch for your contribution git checkout -b addMyEvent
# 3. Add the new event
# Follow and answer the interactive prompts lando.dev event:add # Verify it's been added lando.dev event:list # Remove if you want to start over lando.dev event:remove
# 4. Commit, push and PR
# Add content, commit and push git add . git commit -m "The best lando preso ever" git push origin addMyEvent
And then open a pull request (opens new window).
# 5. Fallbacks
# Directly edit
You will want to add an entry like below:
- name: MidCamp 2020 id: wahteverf date: '2020-03-18' url: 'https://www.midcamp.org/' location: DePaul University presenter: Mike Pirog type: camp presenterPic: 'https://www.gravatar.com/avatar/dc1322b3ddd0ef682862d7f281c821bb' presenterLink: 'https://twitter.com/pirogcommamike' summary: >- Come hang out with Lando project lead Mike Pirog and hear what we've got in store for you in 2020! There isn't a session but we will buy you a beer!
# Submit an issue
If even the above is not sufficient, then open an issue (opens new window) on GitHub.