Introducing GitHub Super Linter: One Linter To Rule Them All
tl;dr: A "source code repository packaged into a Docker container and called by GitHub Actions. It will support a lot of languages and more coming in the future."
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Octoverse Spotlight: An Analysis Of Developer Productivity, Work Cadence, And Collaboration In The Early Days Of COVID-19
tl;dr: Focus of this report is developer productivity and activity, work cadence, and collaboration. It offers insights for leaders, and "implications for leading newly distributed teams through uncertainty."
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GitHub Protips: Tips, Tricks, Hacks, And Secrets From Lee Reilly
tl;dr: Make your @mentions stand out, using dark theme, markdown formatting tips and more.
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GitHub's New Notifications: A Case Of Regressive Design
tl;dr: A critique of GitHub's new UI, which is currently being rolled out. It has more of an emphasis on notifications and more buttons.
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GitHub Arctic Code Vault (Video)
tl;dr: In order to preserve the open source code we are highly dependent on, GitHub has built a vault in the Arctic where all Open Source code will be stored. You can read more about it here.
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GitHub's New Features Show It's Finally Listening To Developers
tl;dr: Newly launched tool GitHub Sponsor allows contributors to support a specific person or project directly with no fee taken. GitHub matched every dollar contributed in the first year.
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Introducing GitHub Package Registry
tl;dr: Currently in limited beta, a package management service that makes it easy to publish public or private packages next to your source code.
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