Sync repository settings defined in .github/config.yml to GitHub, enabling Pull Requests for repository settings.
Introductory guides to running and contributing to open source projects. I got a shout out in the “It’s ok to hit pause” section.
Sibbell. Email notifications for new releases of your Github starred projects.
BugHub. Desktop app for your Github.
How we use Github to release quality code at Fusion. Davis’ writeup is everything I’ve always wanted to communicate about my preferred feature branch workflow.
HuBoard. Project management layer built on top of Github issues.
A Day of Communication at GitHub. Chat and “Team”, a homebrew version of P2.
mislav/issuesync. Sync Github issues for reference on the plane.
We’re using Github issues for all of our projects, but I still like Remember The Milk as the interface for deciding what I need to work on next. It would be neat if the two worked together.
An issue assigned to me in Github would produce a new inbox task in Remember The Milk (if one didn’t already exist with the issue in the URL field). I could then list, prioritize, and give a due date as needed. Completing the task in Remember The Milk would complete the issue in Github (and vice versa).
hub. Marries git and Github at the command line.