This is a demo project to learn how to submit projects via Mimir, and as such, is not worth any points.
Video Description of the below steps (Please Watch)
Log into Mimir and open the Project
Log into D2L (link in the sidebar), and under "Content" you should find a link to the Mimir Classroom.
Then you should open the link to Project 0.
Solve Project 0
There are two ways to submit assignments to Mimir: you can upload files or you can use Mimir's builtin
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) (recommended). To use the IDE for project submission, follow these steps.
Click the "Open IDE" in the top right. This will open up a new editor, with the file explorer on the left and the file editor / terminal on the right. The starter code will be in the folder "~/cse480__spring_2018/project_0_not_worth_real_points/".
Click on the file (project.py) in the file explorer and add your name in the docstring.
Save with the menu at the top
Submit it via right-clicking on the file in the file explorer and selecting "Submit file to Mimir",
then select "Project 0" from the drop down.
Click the green submit button.
Go back to the project page (the one with the button that opened the IDE), and refresh the page.
You should now see the tests running on your submission. They should all fail because you didn't actually
write any code yet.
Go back to the IDE and solve the project.
You can submit as often as you want. You can even use the terminal to run your code (be sure to use python3.6).
Congratulations you just spent a bunch of time completing an assignment that isn't worth any points!