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Contributors

This page lists all GitHub users who have contributed to a project, sorted by number of commits. Other fun ones: jQuery node.js memcached Tornado Redis GitX Clicking a contributor's name…

Chris Wanstrath
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Contributors

This page lists all GitHub users who have contributed to a project, sorted by number of commits. Other fun ones: jQuery node.js memcached Tornado Redis GitX Clicking a contributor's name…

Chris Wanstrath
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Smart HTTP Support

Git's HTTP protocol just upped it a few notches on the ol' IQ test. As discussed in detail on the Pro Git blog, Git supports a new, much more efficient…

Scott Chacon
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Repopular Repos

Repopular is a new way to find popular code. Built by chad and marchdoe, the site uses Twitter to surface repos people are talking about right now. Even better -…

Chris Wanstrath
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Collaborator tweaks

Today we rolled out a couple changes in the way collaborators work with GitHub. Dashboard repository listing The dashboard repository listing now includes all repositories you can push to. So…

Kyle Neath
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Announcing SVN Support

Ever wanted to use SVN to grab code from GitHub? Well, now you can, and just like that GitHub is the world's biggest Subversion host. Here's a few things you…

Scott Chacon
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Gist Comments

Ever wish you could comment on a gist? Well now you can! We've also updated the blog comments to the new style as well. And of course you can edit…

Kyle Neath
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Inline commit notes

In Ryan's Compare View post we promised that we'd be rolling out more code review features and today we're rolling out the latest: inline commit comments notes. Comments → Notes…

Kyle Neath
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Introducing GitHub Compare View

Picking up where Kyle left off in his Branch List post, we're all very excited to announce a new feature designed to ease the process of comparing two points in…

Ryan Tomayko
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Branch Lists

Git's branching model is one of it's best features. Branches are cheap, fast and extremely flexible. They're great for developing features, maintaining old releases, or just plain experimentation. If you…

Kyle Neath
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Announcing Ernie 2.0 and 2.1

Over the past few months I've been working on a major new version of Ernie, the RPC server I wrote to power GitHub's sharded file server architecture. As a reminder,…

Tom Preston-Werner
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File upload improvements

Ever since we introduced the file upload section for repos, the two requests we've received the most have been for a no-flash alternative and download stats. Today we're introducing both.…

Tekkub
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Introducing status.github.com

Today we're opening up a new site — http://status.github.com. We'll be using this site (in addition to our twitter account) to post status updates (maintenance warnings, outages, etc). This site…

Kyle Neath
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Broadcasts

Over the past couple of days, you may have noticed a new piece of UI, GitHub broadcasts: We'll be using this feature to announce significant new feature additions and changes…

Kyle Neath
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Explore GitHub

This week @kneath and I (with some help from The Changelog) rolled out Explore GitHub - a new page showing trending repositories, repositories recently featured on The Changelog, and recent…

Chris Wanstrath