hub. Marries git and Github at the command line.
Introducing Post Forking for WordPress. Fun project by Ben Balter to bring Github-style content collaboration to WordPress. It’s a simple v0.1 right now in the hopes of getting people using and contributing to it.
How We Build CMS-Free Websites. The ultimate mid-life developer crisis in which they essentially reinvent the CMS with Github.
Not Getting GitHub Notifications? This makes my week. Many, many apologies to those who have opened issues I haven’t responded to.
Open Source (Almost) Everything. Tom Preston-Werner on the different reasons open source is advantageous to Github: it’s great advertising, it’s a “force multiplier” that produces better code, and it helps keep the best people at your company.
Another thing GitHub does well is automate tedious — and important — tasks. There’s a very strong culture of building mini-apps and Hubot scripts if it helps with automation. There’s two reasons for why we push hard on this. The first is most obvious: you’re… Continue reading →
WordPress Github Plugin Updater. Have your plugin auto-update from Github instead of WordPress.org.
Using Github has changed, and continues to change, my development practices, by making me think more about audience and reuse (notions that are familiar to teachers of writing), encouraging the “release early and often” mantra (since all my stuff is public anyway more or less… Continue reading →
Greg Linch led a 3 pm session in room 4 on applying GitHub (and Git) to news. Andrew Spittle and I collaborated on live Google Doc notes. Here’s Greg’s previous blog post on the topic.
iOctocat. Full-blown iPhone application for GitHub.