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Learn best practices for moderating and setting up collaborative, safe, and effective communities using GitHub’s community-tested tools.
You can create guidelines to communicate how people should contribute to your project.
You can edit or delete comments on issues, pull requests, and commits.
When you add a pull request template to your repository, project contributors will automatically see the template's contents in the pull request body.
You can include an open source license in your repository to make it easier for other people to contribute.
You can customize the templates that are available for contributors to use when they open new issues in your repository.
You can add images and links to content in your wiki, and use some supported MediaWiki formats.