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GitHub Reflog v2.2.4

Welcome to the The GitHub Reflog — the semi-regular chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity, brought to you by Kenneth Reitz. For previous editions, check out The Reflog…

Kenneth Reitz
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@mention autocompletion

@mentions are a great way to pull someone into a issue or pull request. Internally we use a /cc convention to call out people. A lot of our issues look…

Joshua Peek
Introducing GitHub Enterprise

Introducing GitHub Enterprise

Today we're launching GitHub Enterprise: a self-hosted GitHub for your company. Easy, Secure, and Powerful GitHub Enterprise has all the great stuff you've come to expect from GitHub: commit histories,…

Zach Holman
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GitHub Secrets

Over the years we've added quite a bit of stuff to GitHub. Sometimes we ship huge features, sometimes we ship small, lesser-known bonus features. Let's talk about some of those…

Zach Holman
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All of the Hooks

Over three years ago, @pjhyett launched GitHub Services with just four services: Campfire, IRC, Lighthouse, and Twitter. Since then, 124 other people contributed to a total of 68 third-party services.…

Risk Olson
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Introducing Issue Mentions

With Issues 2.0 and GFM, it is easy to link to users, issues and commits from issue comments: You can also mention issues directly from commit messages, and the mentioned…

Aman Gupta
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Issues Dashboard

The new Issues Dashboard. Now you can get all your issues on all your projects. Similar to the Pull Request Dashboard, the Issues Dashboard consolidates all of your issues in…

Brian Lopez
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How GitHub Develops

Scott Chacon (@schacon) has written a fantastic post regarding how we develop GitHub using GitHub itself. Do yourself a favor and head over to his blog: http://scottchacon.com/2011/08/31/github-flow.html If there's only…

PJ Hyett
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Announcing GitHub for Mac

Pull requests, merge button, fork queue, issues, pages, wiki –– all awesome features that make sharing easier. But those things are only great after you've pushed your code to GitHub.…

Josh Abernathy
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Block the Bullies

GitHub has always been about collaboration: we want to make it easy for you to work with other people to build great software. Whether that's a co-worker sitting next to…

Chris Wanstrath
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Forking with the Edit Button

You've been able to edit files in repositories you own on GitHub for years. But today, we've improved the workflow for this functionality. You can now edit files in repositories…

Scott Chacon
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The Merge Button

With Pull Requests 2.0, it became easier than ever to review code and accept patches. We use pull requests extensively at GitHub, and I love receiving pull requests on my…

Aman Gupta
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GitHub Reflog v1.4.20

Welcome to the The GitHub Reflog — the weekly chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity. For previous editions, check out The Reflog Archive. This week, we welcome Python's…

Kenneth Reitz
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Rolling out the Redcarpet

Here at GitHub, we love Markdown. We use it everywhere: to render the wikis, issues, pull requests, and all user-generated comments. We even encourage developers to write their READMEs in…

Vicent Martí
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GitHub Reflog v1.4.12

Welcome to the fourth edition of The GitHub Reflog — the weekly chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity. For previous editions, check out The Reflog Archive. Featured Repo…

Kenneth Reitz
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GitHub Reflog v1.4.04

Welcome to the third edition of The GitHub Reflog — the weekly chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity. For previous editions, check out The Reflog Archive. Community Update…

Kenneth Reitz
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GitHub Reflog v1.3.21

Welcome to the first edition of The GitHub Reflog. This is a new weekly installment chronicling awesome GitHub repos, brought to you by Kenneth Reitz, one of the classy gentlemen…

Kenneth Reitz