A new onboarding tutorial is now available with today’s release of GitHub Desktop 2.2. Install an editor, create a branch, make a change in your editor, make a commit, push to GitHub, and create a pull request to complete the GitHub flow.
There are new improvements to the internal repository visibility available as part of our public beta.
- Enterprise account repository creation policy now specify which repository types can be created: “public”, “private”, and “internal”
- Additional context in repository creation and repository settings interfaces explain who has visibility to an internal repository
The internal repository visibility option makes it easier to innersource code and projects to fellow enterprise members while restricting access to outside collaborators. It is currently available to customers with an Enterprise account.