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GitHub Issue Tracker!

It gives us great pleasure to announce our integrated issue tracking system! On repository pages you'll now see an "Issues" tab in the top menu. Here's a quick rundown of…

Tom Preston-Werner
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Pages 2.0

Prior to actually building GitHub Pages, we had been kicking around the idea for a while. I thought nobody would bother, Chris and Tom thought differently. I decided the only…

PJ Hyett
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GitHub Rebase #18

First, rewinding head to replay your work on top of it... Yes, git branch doesn't take a @-b@ flag. Sidewalk and chalk doesn't edit easily. Featured Project synapse Oh, you…

Nick Quaranto
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Clojure Gitorial

This is pretty cool. @larrytheliquid has created a Gitorial on how to build a library in Clojure. TDD style. Gitorial? Larry's blog post explains the concept: ...this presentation was captured…

Chris Wanstrath
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Tracking Windows in Git

Avery Pennarun is tracking Windows using Git. The post is just insane. ![](http://img.skitch.com/20090129-tx2gcdnhsgr8ybsapnh8u8mg9e.png) A taste: I had to try it, of course. I went into ~/win, typed "git init", and…

Chris Wanstrath
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Using Input Values as Hints

script.aculo.us' Thomas Fuchs is releasing various goodies in his prototype_helpers repository. They seem to mostly be extractions from his time tracking app freckle. A great one is @defaultValueActsAsHint@, which adds…

Chris Wanstrath
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Only the beginning

2008 has been an incredible year for many of us, both here are GitHub and within the fantastic community that has bloomed around us and that we depend on. I…

Scott Chacon
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Pages Generator

Last week we released a feature for hosting your custom websites for your projects that we call 'GitHub Pages'. For personal repositories, the process is easy enough - just create…

Scott Chacon
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Perl Mirror on GitHub

For those of you who had not heard, Perl has moved its 20 year source code history for Perl 5 from Perforce to Git (also, the bird is in fact…

Scott Chacon
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GitHub Pages

GitHub Pages allow you to publish web content to a github.com subdomain named after your username. With Pages, publishing web content becomes as easy as pushing to your GitHub repository.…

Tom Preston-Werner
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The Fork Queue

I would like to introduce you to the Fork Queue, the first of two big features that rolled out today. As of a few minutes ago, everybody should now have…

Scott Chacon
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Fast Forward Your Fork

Since forking a repository is so easy on GitHub, a number of people tend to do it thinking they want to play with the source, but then never actually push…

Scott Chacon
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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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IronRuby on GitHub

Microsoft's IronRuby is moving to GitHub. ![](http://img.skitch.com/20081125-xugx44mr4yrqcgpxc3kw2nejew.png) They've already been here for a while, but now the main repository is officially moving. IronRuby joins Rubinius and dozens of other language…

Chris Wanstrath
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GitHub Rebase #5

I've done some serious work towards generating more accurate statistics this week. If you're interested in how the graphs are made, check out my rebase project. I'm going to be…

Nick Quaranto