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Get Ready to Rails Rumble!

![]( The 2008 Rails Rumble is set to start tonight at midnight and we'll be sponsoring the competition in two ways. First, we're providing free private repositories for each of…

Tom Preston-Werner


Into Grails? Check out GrailsCrowd - the new Grails community site. Hosted right here on GitHub, they've already got over 750 registered members. Nice works guys. ![](

Chris Wanstrath

RailsConf Git Talk

If you didn't catch Scott's awesome Git talk at Railsconf today, you missed out. Luckily he's posted his slides at

Chris Wanstrath

GitHub at RailsConf

RailsConf 2008 (and CabooseConf) is about to begin. If you're heading to Portland, say hi. We'll have t-shirts and stickers, as well as a big banner in the Engine Yard…

Chris Wanstrath

Rails Moving to Git

Ruby on Rails is moving to Git and GitHub. Super cool. I particularly like the comment from AkitaOnRails: Right now, everybody is playing catch-up with Git, Git-svn and Github, no…

Chris Wanstrath

Git Support for Rails Plugins

Installing a Rails plugin from GitHub is now as simple as: ./script/plugin install git:// Sweet! Thanks to all involved for making it happen, the changeset is here. Now, to figure…

PJ Hyett
Game Bytes · September 2023

Game Bytes · September 2023

Game Bytes is our monthly series taking a peek at the world of gamedev on GitHub—featuring game engine updates, game jam details, open source games, mods, maps, and more. Game on!

Lee Reilly
Graphic image showing GitHub logo centered within a box to represent padding, to the right is a subsection of a color chart to represent color systems and color contrast, to the left is the letter A in uppercase and lower case to represent typography. Parts of the image are blurred and in focus with a color gradient is used in the background and through the logo in purple, with hints of blue and green.

Design’s journey towards accessibility

Design can have a significant impact on delivering accessible experiences to our users. It takes a cultural shift, dedicated experts, and permission to make progress over perfection in order to build momentum. We’ve got a long way to go, but we’re starting to see a real shift in our journey to make GitHub a true home for all developers.

Diana Mounter