You will be working on the course project in the labs in INFO202. You need to create a GitBucket repository to host the work that you will be doing for this project. Let's do this now:
Log in to the GitBucket server using the details sent to you. You should bookmark the URL so that you can easily find it again.
Click the New repository button. It is the <> icon in the top right of the page.
In the <> text field, enter the name of the repository. Use the name:
Check that the <> radio button is selected (this is the default anyway) to ensure that only you can access this repository (and the INFO202 teaching staff --- we all have administrator accounts on the GitBucket server, so we can access private repositories).
Leave the <> option selected. We can add a README later if needed, and adding it at this point obscures the useful "quick setup" information that GitBucket displays for empty repositories.
Click the <> button.
You will be taken to the Quick setup page. Leave this page open since we will need to copy the Git URL from the page soon.