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Binder
How it works 1 Enter your repository information Provide in the above form a URL or a GitHub repository that contains Jupyter notebooks, as well as a branch, tag, or commit hash. Launch will build your Binder repository. via Pocket
dev  github  interactive  publishing  python  tools 
27 days ago by kintopp
Oh, shit, git!
Git is hard: screwing up is easy, and figuring out how to fix your mistakes is fucking impossible. via Pocket
github  howto 
may 2019 by kintopp
First Timers Only - Get involved in Open Source and commit code to your first project!
Welcome! Let’s do some open source! Contributing to open source for the first time can be scary and a little overwhelming. Perhaps you’re a Code Newbie or maybe you’ve been coding for a while but haven’t found a project you felt comfortable contributing to. You can do it! Here’s how. via Pocket
github  howto  open  source 
june 2018 by kintopp
Waffle.io · Work Better on GitHub Issues
To sign up, login with GitHub. Don't worry, Waffle is Free! Your Waffle board shows your GitHub Issues and Pull Requests in real time. Never wonder if an Issue is still in progress or not. via Pocket
github  management 
december 2016 by kintopp
Octopub
Got a dataset you want to publish, but not sure how to do it? Octopub will help you do it, quickly, easily and correctly. Using the power of GitHub, we will provide you with a platform to publish your CSV data, as well as automatically creating a webpage for you to point people to. via Pocket
data  github  publishing 
november 2016 by kintopp
GitHub - attic-labs/noms: The versioned, forkable, syncable database
Noms is a decentralized database based on ideas from Git. This repository contains two reference implementations of the database—one in Go, and one in JavaScript. It also includes a number of tools and sample applications. via Pocket
database  datasets  github  versioning 
august 2016 by kintopp
The Art of the Commit · An A List Apart Article
Git and tools like GitHub offer many ways to view what has changed in a commit. But a well-crafted commit message can save you from having to use those tools by neatly (and succinctly) summarizing what has changed. via Pocket
github  howto  learn  versioning 
april 2016 by kintopp

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