In this special episode of The ReadME Podcast, dedicated to GitHub’s Maintainer Month, Kelsey Hightower joins hosts Martin Woodward and Neha Batra to discuss his philosophy on fostering thriving open source communities and the importance of empathy to a maintainer’s success.
Open vs. control: the paradox of open source. We take a look at the expectations of open source, how the definition has evolved, and when ‘closed to contributions’ is the right move. Tune in to the latest episode of The ReadME Podcast for more.
Open source’s impact on nuclear fusion research, adapting to technological change, and mastering GitHub essentials.
GitHub Desktop brings two features that avoid permission failures: rerouting when pushing to a cloned repository and rerouting when pushing to a protected branch.
We are excited to release GitHub Desktop 1.6, bringing new features and improvements around onboarding, suggested next steps, and large file restrictions.
“GitHub Desktop 1.4 provides more information about merge conflicts and in-app release notes”