I 💚 GitHub. It is one of the best communities out there that exists with so many different projects and ideas being worked on at any given time.
I publish most of my work and make it open source for other people to use and reuse.
Here you can find all the repositories I shared.
You can append
#readme to GitHub repo URL to jump to the README of the repo. I use it all the time for curated lists of any kind and where README is the most important thing in the repo.
Selecting some text in a GitHub comment and pressing
r will make a reply of that text.
I can include media files like GIFs in the repository itself and then just reference them from readme to embed them.
I can include and mix in HTML in GitHub readme's. This is super useful for embedding images because you can customize
height values to make the READMEs look a lot nice.
I can tack in various GitHub related templates like
pull_request_template.md as well as
code_of_conduct.md and even
.github folder at the root of my project.
This is my work-flow for contributing on GitHub - Shell centric workflow.
Hub - Awesome wrapper over
GitHub release stats - Find how many people have downloaded various GitHub releases of people.
GitHub contributions chart - Show user's contribution charts across the years.
Fork cleaner - Cleans up old and inactive forks on your GitHub account.
gitsome - Supercharged Git/GitHub command line interface.
GitHub Trending - Tracking the most popular Github repos, updated daily.
How to collaborate on GitHub - Mini book about collaborating on GitHub.
Gitrob - Tool to help find potentially sensitive files pushed to public repositories on GitHub.