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As many of us know first-hand, facilitating constructive decisions within open source is challenging. @buritica explores the good, the bad, and the ugly:
The good, the bad, and the ugly of making decisions in open source
Did you know that you can open, create, delete, fork and star Gists in VS Code using @lostintangent’s GistPad extension? Take it for a spin @…!

PS: Congrats on 100k installs Jonathan! 🤩
Congrats to all the open source projects who worked hard during December and shipped major releases 🎉

There are lots of first timers here! Read them all on the GitHub blog:….
Astropy—an open source collection of specialized Python tools for the astronomical community—is helping the Webb Space Telescope see a million miles out into the universe 🔭🌠. You can see more at:
Replying to @github
Our Director of Product Management and former science evangelist @arfon shares more about the astronomical community's connection to open source–and how developers can start contributing to the next great space achievement:…
How open source is supporting NASAs new eyes in space | The GitHub Blog
The art of saying no: clear principles, consistent application, and the willingness to forego them out of pragmatism. Head over to The ReadME Project where @jparise shares more tips:
Knowing when to say 'no'
If you are an admin wanting to verify the SSH keys for our Git servers, you can now get a list of them from the metadata API.

See the Changelog for more details:…
GitHub Retweeted ·  
We need more research on the impact of #opensource to inform public policy. We have questions, and want to hear yours.…
Open source creates value, but how do you measure it? | The GitHub Blog
Whether it's specifying a topic, identifying the gatsby version, or noting a status, @gatsbyjs uses labels to better organize their GitHub Discussions. Try it out today with your community!…
GitHub Discussions labels and announcements category format | GitHub Changelog
I'm 40yo open source contributor, no one care about me github profile.
I finally gave my GitHub profile a make over! If you like it, it's open source! Check it out!
Looking for a ⚡ fast and highly customizable cross-shell prompt that can display contextual information e.g. branch name, status, or other metrics from Git?

Starship is written in Rust, open source, and ready to blast off: 🚀
GitHub Retweeted ·  
Open Source is more than just code.

Join @OfficialLoganK and learn new ways to attract non-code contributions to your OSS projects
#opensource #dev
When @pedronauck built Docz, he had no idea how big it would become—and eventually had to step back to prioritize health, sleep, and a more reasonable coffee habit. He’s shares how he found balance:
Pedro Nauck
With @NASAWebb continuing its journey through space, we sat down with @arfon to chat about the relationship between open source and space science. 🌌…
How open source is supporting NASAs new eyes in space | The GitHub Blog
We have several applications available on #GitHub

#Stroom is just one of them, and lets you store, process and analyse data at scale.

Give it a go ➡️
Replying to @GCHQ
You’ve been cooking up some awesome open source projects. We’re fans of CyberChef too
Got a lot of PRs incoming? Try out this action that automatically checks if there need to be adjustments to things other than code like the title, linked issues and more.…
GitHub - mtfoley/pr-compliance-action: Check PR for compliance on title, linked issues, and files changed
It’s not always intuitive to recognize or record the breadth of your work when you’re in the weeds of it. To give yourself proper credit, here’s what @indigitalcolor suggests:
Your future self will thank you: Building your personal documentation
Plenty of bugs in this code, but that’s OK! This year’s top Game Off entries feature…

- a card game with code injection 💉
- a sneaky bug-squashing game 👟
- a artsy, antsy narrative game 🐜
- a bendy platformer 🪱
- and more!…
Introducing Shortcuts on GitHub Mobile – a new way to quickly get to the work you care about most. Shortcuts let you customize and save filtered lists of issues, pull requests, and discussions right to your home tab. Get started with Shortcuts today.
This new year brings new improvements to GitHub Issues! ⭐ You now have a new field that shows the reviewers on your pull requests, updates to the filter bar to make clearer what filters are applied, and more! Check it out ⬇️…
From talking about new releases with @reactjs to hiring with @nextjs to the @Pixar OpenTimelineIO community collaborating, GitHub Discussions does it all. See how these projects and more are connecting with their communities. 💭…
Want to use PowerShell with GitHub Actions? Tune in as GitHub Star @cl educates us all at the latest meeting of PowerShell User Group InnSalzach:…
GitHub Retweeted ·  
The security of open source is critical to the security of all software. Today @storming and I are joining other industry leaders at the @WhiteHouse to share how we can tackle open source security together as a community. Read more on what we’re sharing:…
The Open Source Software Security Summit: securing the worlds code together | The GitHub Blog
Astropy—an open source collection of specialized Python tools for the astronomical community—is helping the Webb Space Telescope see a million miles out into the universe 🔭🌠. You can see more at:
Check out how GitHub uses GitHub Actions to ship a new and improved mobile app every week!…
How we ship GitHub Mobile every week | The GitHub Blog
GitHub Retweeted ·  
What is DevOps? @editingemily gives us the skinny at #GitHubUniverse. You dig?
The Git index is a critical data structure in Git, but it can be very large in monorepos. It was a performance bottleneck for years until we found a way to shrink it: the sparse index.…
Make your monorepo feel small with Gits sparse index | The GitHub Blog
Looking for a productivity hack to help you jump between directories and navigate your filesystem a little quicker?

Check out 𝚣𝚘𝚡𝚒𝚍𝚎 - an alternative 𝚌𝚍 command created by @ajeetdsouza:…
In reply to @github
2nd place overall in this year’s #GitHubGameOff was BendyWorm by @bauxitedev 🥈 Play: Source:…
Replying to @github
3rd place overall in this year’s #GitHubGameOf was Hivemind 🥉 Play: Source:…
The #GitHubGameOff 2021 results are in!

The overall winner was do;MIN(0) by @anttihaavikko 🥇

Replying to @github
2nd place overall in this year’s #GitHubGameOff was BendyWorm by @bauxitedev 🥈 Play: Source:…
The #GitHubGameOff 2021 results are in!

The overall winner was do;MIN(0) by @anttihaavikko 🥇

Is better time management one of your goals for 2022? Read through 7 habits to adopt to make the most of your development time this year on The ReadME Project:
Time management for makers
For @cassidoo, open source is all about building relationships, teaching, learning, and finding communities everywhere she codes. Get her full story on The ReadME Project:…
Cassidy Williams
When @FredKSchott was building the static JavaScript site builder Astro, he spent 10% of his time coding, and 90% communicating. He shares more lessons and tips on building open source projects on The ReadME Podcast:…
In one of our favorite stories from the year on The ReadME Project, we look back at _why and his lasting impact on the Ruby community:…
What we can learn from "_why" the long lost open source developer.
Listen to Lead @WordPress developer @helenhousandi reflect on music’s role in her career—and how exciting developments, (👀 @reactjs front end) are keeping WordPress relevant on The ReadME Project Podcast:…
A master in both piano and WordPress
Do you only upgrade your locally installed environments when absolutely necessary, leaving the dirty work of fixing it to new hires? @kartar shares how to stop now:…
Optimize local dev environments for better onboarding
Looking for a podcast binge over the holiday? The ReadME Podcast season 2 opens up with prolific open source contributor and Twitch pioneer @codewithanthony. He shares why he left his biochemistry studies and pivoted to programming:…
Python enthusiast, Twitch streamer, et. al.
This is 𝚑𝚢𝚙𝚎𝚛𝚏𝚒𝚗𝚎 ☕️🔥 a CLI benchmarking tool with a difference:…
Ring in the new year with a look back at GitHub's top blog posts of 2021! ✨…
Teaching in public is one of the best ways you can give back to the community. Learn how @JeromeHardaway does it and how you can start:…
Teaching in public with GitHub
Want to land your first tech job? @cassidoo knows how to catch your dream company’s attention, keep it, engage on every level, and more:…
Get your first software developer job
Congrats to @NASAWebb on the liftoff! We can’t wait to see what there is to learn about the Universe. 🔭 ❤️
Open source takes us to outer space and even helps us monitor unidentified objects that take flight each holiday season. 🎅 📡…
GitHub - google/santa-tracker-web: The source code to Santa Tracker's website, by Google
Once in advertising, @keeleyhammond got into OSS via non-technical contributions. She’s now an Electron maintainer at @Slack, and is grateful to all those who believed in her along the way:…
Keeley Hammond
Have some extra reading time over the holiday? @scott_triglia explains how even the most well-intentioned developers can have incompatible beliefs about a project. He also shares how to stay aligned and focused:…
Using Roofshots to make impossible decisions
You really can reach Santa anywhere these days. Use GitHub Actions to make sure your wishlist gets on Santa’s radar before it’s too late! 🎅…
GitHub - imjohnbo/dear-santa-action: Write to Santa and he'll respond with just the right Christmas greeting
Did you know that you can now invite outside collaborators to access Codespaces? @asciimike shows how you can get started
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