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Git setup script

I've been plotting to make the git and GitHub setup process a bit easier for new users, so I spent a small portion of my labor day weekend actually doing…

Tekkub
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Grails Internals Handbook

Inspired by the Merb Internals Handbook, the Grails community has begun working on a handbook of their own: The Grails Internals Handbook. From the README: If you want to contribute,…

Chris Wanstrath
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GitHub Rebase #21

Welcome back to Rebase! I've set up a new site as an archive for the column and the latest featured projects at http://rebase.github.com. I'd also like to thank everyone who's…

Nick Quaranto
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Jekyll has a core team!

Please welcome @qrush (Nick Quaranto) to the core Jekyll team (now consisting of the two of us)! img http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/eb8975af8e49e19e3dd6b6b84a542e26?s=200 He'll be helping me keep Jekyll active and awesome by assisting…

Tom Preston-Werner
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Insider Guide to GitHub Series

A few months ago I started talking with the Pragmatic Programmers about doing some screencasts. At the time, I was doing the GitCasts series and was considering branching out into…

Scott Chacon
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Git Ist Schnell!

I wanted to follow up on the WhyGitIsBetterThanX project that I basically stopped working on the day it went live and am now spending a few minutes a day maintaining.…

Scott Chacon
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Services Galore

After open sourcing the GitHub services code, we've been just floored with the number of pull requests for adding tons of functionality. We launched the service hooks with just Campfire…

PJ Hyett
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Myspace for hackers?

rtomayko says GitHub is 'Myspace for Hackers' over on his blog. Flattering, yes, but read closely: this dude gets it. From his post: "Pull requests" happen every day over email…

Chris Wanstrath