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Russell Mull discusses his experience hacking on Cappuccino: While playing with cappuccino, I thought I’d fix a few bugs. So I made a github account and cloned the full repo. The clone took about a
Okay no, they’re not here yet. But the amazing PostgreSQL has a git mirror which can only mean one thing – they need to move to GitHub. !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195397/210dab60-d766-11e5-94ac-8009b5e89134.png) Are you a PostgreSQL developer? Know someone
rictic will be showing off his code_swarm fork, which you may have seen in this video. !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195385/b9117960-d765-11e5-8a8d-c94bfd51a063.png) We still need more speakers – if you’ve got anything interesting and Git related, let me know so
David Baldwin has said goodbye to WordPress and started using GitHub as his blog. Go see for yourself: github.com/bilson/blog I love seeing novel uses of git and GitHub and this one especially caught my interest.
Join us for the first ever Git Down on Tuesday, September 30th at 7:30pm. Mingle with other Git and GitHub addicts while you drink free beer. Listen to the world famous Scott Chacon present about…
Evan Martin’s gat is Git in Haskell. If you’re interested in Git, Haskell, or both, the code is worth a gander.
Catch the whole GitHub crew at the 2008 ZendCon in Santa Clara on September 16th and 17th! [!(http://www.zendcon.com/ZendCon08/public/asset/asset/63)](http://www.zendcon.com/ZendCon08/public/content/home) Stop by booth 304 if you’re attending and grab a t-shirt or enter to win a Kindle.