1: Submit a request to release your project as Open Source to your center SRA (Software Release Authority) at code.nasa.gov/#/SRA.
2: Receive approval from your center SRA to release as Open Source.
3: Register on github.com/join using your NASA email address.
4: Submit a NAMS request by filling out the HQ AGCY NASA GitHub Collaborator Form.
5: Meet with us. We can help you join NASA Org, build your team, or answer any questions.
6: Transfer or import your source code into the NASA Org on GitHub.
7: Update the NASA Open Source Catalog via a pull request to register your project’s meta-data at github.com/nasa/open-source-catalog.
8: View your project on code.nasa.gov and socialize! Email [email protected] or view help.github.com/articles/be-social.
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