The real reason behind why I switched

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  • gitignore

    A collection of useful .gitignore templates

  • window.fetch polyfill

    A window.fetch JavaScript polyfill.

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  • hub

    A command-line tool that makes git easier to use with GitHub.

  • gh-ost

    GitHub's Online Schema-migration Tool for MySQL

  • renaming

    Guidance for changing the default branch name for GitHub repositories

    I am not actually familiar with anyone who I believe is offended or excluded, but GitHub has put out a lot of information on the topic ( , ) and I am the kind of person to save every keystroke possible so just for that reason I'm not against it.

  • Git

    Git Source Code Mirror - This is a publish-only repository but pull requests can be turned into patches to the mailing list via GitGitGadget ( Please follow Documentation/SubmittingPatches procedure for any of your improvements.

    ok, i'll check now checking the branches...

  • configs

    My personal configs for various linux things (by robobenklein)

    My configs are at where every git command I use on a daily basis is 3 characters or less.

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  • wtfjs

    🤪 A list of funny and tricky JavaScript examples

    Yes, scriptkiddie. One yes to answer them all.

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  • Jenkins

    Jenkins automation server

    Ha, Jenkins did this for years with build version strings. Was only recently fixed

  • gitlab

    what about gitlab, you know, the one that wrote this "bitkeeper refers copies as slave" blog? did you know that their primary repo, gitlab-org/gitlab, is using "master" as the default branch?

  • ideogram

    Insert emoji anywhere in elementary OS, even in non-native apps (by cassidyjames)

    There are a couple of programs for linux like Ideogram that let you insert emojis using super+E. Pretty useful imo.

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