A list of projects extracted and open sourced from GitHub can be found on the GitHub account. We’ve also forked all the projects we are using on the site. Meta, dude.
Chris Wanstrath of Err the Blog (hey that’s me!) just posted an article covering some tasty GitHub tidbits. Range highlighting, key shortcuts, keeping dotfiles in git, and the GitHub gem are covered. Enjoy.
script.aculo.us, the popular Prototype based JS effect and control framework, is moving its wiki to GitHub. Pitch in and help ’em out. The GitHub wiki system will soon undergo some changes for the better. If
GitHub launched one month ago today.
The secret’s out. Popular Rails host Engine Yard recently issued a press release titled GitHub and Lighthouse Tap Private Cluster from Engine Yard. In it you can find some choice quotes from yours truly as
Update: We’ve discontinued this feature. If you’d like to accept donations, paste your pledgie code directly into your README (we’ll display the image for you). This afternoon we’re rolling out the ability for every public
Many users are claiming coolness boosts of 90% – 100% after installing Dr Nic’s GitHub Badge on their blog. I should know — I’m one of them. Just look at my badge: Cool, right? Check
Tim Dysinger has a great guide on Deploying with Capistrano, Git and SSH-Agent. Check it out to learn how to deploy your web app without needing deploy keys.
New from Peepcode, Scott Chacon’s Git Internals PDF is sure to be a hit. If you’re wondering the ins and outs of Git, beyond the porcelain commands, this PDF is for you. It also covers
No, we’re not listed on the NASDAQ (yet), but we are open-sourcing the code that handles our service integration with the likes of Twitter, Campfire, Lighthouse, etc. We realized there’s no way our small team