GitHub is a web-based hosting service for projects that use the open-source Git revision control system.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
1answer
51 views

Can a single GitHub repository include source code released under multiple licenses?

I want to gather several sub-projects in a single GitHub repo for the convenience of the users. But I wonder if it's actually possible to have folders in a single repo each of which is covered by a ...
0
votes
2answers
130 views

How to best structure Git for our team [closed]

We're starting to develop many small web projects in our company, where mostly they will have one shared resource with some code pieces (SDKs, utilities and etc...) Our team is small (~5) but is ...
0
votes
1answer
169 views

How/Where do I give my github commit a version?

I 'm just learning to give project versions. I understand writing details about the changes in my project when committing, but where should I put my version number for my project?
0
votes
1answer
154 views

github tools - is there a way not to copyright your app and stay its author

I am wondering... Recently I have observed github; I saw many Java projects' codes which don't have copyright at their headers... I mean, as I may guess, in this case the only thing which can prove ...
0
votes
2answers
242 views

Github Workflow: Pushing small fix branches to remote, or keep them local?

In Scott Chacon's workflow (explained eg in this SO answer), with essentially two silos (development, and master), if, say I have a small bug to fix (e.g. can be fixed with a few characters) is the ...
0
votes
1answer
171 views

Sharing on Github

Over the past couple weeks I have gotten a lot of help from StackOverflow users on a project, and rather than keep the finished product to myself I wanted to share it unencumbered by licenses, but ...
0
votes
1answer
67 views

How do I properly add a reference from my Github project to someone elses in VS2013 on Windows 8?

I need to reference the latest version of Bouncy Castle in a project I intend to publish to Github. In my first posting of the code to Github, someone complained that I downloaded the entire Bouncy ...
0
votes
1answer
92 views

When using the Apache license, is there still a need for a Contributor License Agreement (CLA)?

I can certainly see the need for CLAs with a terser license like MIT or BSD, but the more verbose Apache seems to already have that type of verbiage in it. I would prefer to not add this level of ...
0
votes
1answer
88 views

Should I open pull requests from a branch on the official repo or my fork?

I have commit access on an open source project named Foo hosted on GitHub (there are many other committers if that is relevant). I would like to make a change via pull request so that someone else ...
0
votes
2answers
203 views

Git: Branch or Fork?

I have game project that will have two versions: A simple version of the game, the core An advanced version of the game. I have the 1st version in my public repository and only I will be working ...
0
votes
0answers
84 views

License for free source (re)distribution, but no distribution of modified executables

Question I want to put a phone/tablet app on Github and want to allow full rights for using, studying, sharing and modifying the source code, but disallow any redistribution of executables that ...
0
votes
0answers
108 views

GitShell, how can I not type the username and passwords?

Open the CMD, and I should type the password and usename? In the GitShell opened by shortcut, I don't need to type the username and password. Related is here: How can I convert GitShell's ...
0
votes
3answers
588 views

Solution with multiple projects and (GitHub) single issue tracker and repository

I have a Visual Studio solution with multiple projects: Acme.Core Acme.Core.Tests Acme.UI.MvcSite1 Acme.UI.MvcSite2 Acme.UI.WinformsApp1 Acme.UI.WinformsApp2 ... The entire solution is checked-in ...
-1
votes
2answers
434 views

If I own an open source project why would I not host it on Github? [closed]

I've noticed that one rather well-known open source project (which I won't name so that noone focuses too much on that specific project) offers sources for download as a .zip via FTP instead of having ...
-1
votes
3answers
154 views

GitHub access to repo: only with URL? [closed]

I'm finishing my dissertation and want/need to provide the source code of some analysis scripts I've used. I did all the version control with git. Because I want to publish the results generated with ...
-1
votes
2answers
207 views

Why is having merge bubbles in your git history not actually that bad?

In the past year, most of the rest of my group (of engineers that I work with), has ended up deciding that merge bubbles really aren't that bad. At the very least, I'm seeing that other developers ...
-1
votes
1answer
68 views

Is any one of these the right way to write a license for your opensource project forked and modified from an existing one with different authors?

I've used parts of source from an existing Java library project with what appears to be a 3-clause BSD license. I've made significant changes to the library which makes it possible to use it in a new ...
-1
votes
1answer
90 views

What can I say in Github issues? [closed]

I'm new to the open source community. When I look at projects on Github I don't see any "forum". There's only an "issues" page. Is that only meant for submitting bugs? Or can I say other things? for ...
-1
votes
2answers
91 views

How to get other programmers to collaborate [closed]

I've got a project on which I have developed some source code extensive enough that it compiles to an application, but would like other developers to contribute to help me improve the code and make ...
-2
votes
1answer
236 views

Is it OK to reoccupy my old GitHub username to protect repository redirections? [closed]

I'm considering changing my GitHub username from the old alias I was using as a kid to my real name. I'm concerned about my repository URLs. GitHub will redirect the old URLs, but if someone creates a ...
-2
votes
2answers
781 views

Will git whine if I create my projects in multiple directories? [closed]

I'm new to git (and github). I work in Java and Python. Right now, I manage my projects in only one directory - let's call it Code and the folder is on my Desktop. I want to group my projects by the ...
-2
votes
1answer
119 views

GIT Permissions [closed]

There is something not clear for me and this is how to prevent other people read my code. The thing is that I want people create their own branches but not to view the other's branches. If someone is ...
-2
votes
0answers
49 views

What are the pros and cons of uploading company's all code on Github? [on hold]

I am thinking to upload all of my company's code on Github. We provide services to clients and we all also create our own products. What are the pros and cons of uploading everything on Github?
-4
votes
1answer
36 views

Running a QT application on Windows [closed]

I downloaded a program from git-hub, currently it is a folder on my desktop. How do I run the qt application I just downloaded. (I have no Programming Experience).