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Re: [GNUnet-developers] New and Github

From: Devan Carpenter
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] New and Github
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2018 15:38:57 +0200

Schanzenbach, Martin transcribed 2.6K bytes:
> GNOME is actually a very good example for a project that has it's own and 
> very good contribution guidelines (
> Btw just look at the FAQs of the Github page: 
> Pull requests -> No, Issues -> No
> What is the point of github without the workflow? It's just another repo then 
> (actually it's just another remote server which is why a github mirror is 
> even more pointless).

People discover projects on Github. People save, and follow projects via
Github. People even use it to read code, and view diffs!
These are empirical statements. Do people really not get or believe this?

I want more testers, users, developers, and interested parties. Github is
just a conduit for discovery. I personally don't see anything ethicaly 
wrong with using it that way. 

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