Setting guidelines for repository contributors→
You can create guidelines to communicate how people should contribute to your project.
Adding a code of conduct to your project→
Adopt a code of conduct to define community standards, signal a welcoming and inclusive project, and outline procedures for handling abuse.
Managing disruptive comments→
You can hide, edit, or delete comments on issues, pull requests, and commits.
Editing wiki content
You can add images and links to content in your wiki, and use some supported MediaWiki formats.
Blocking a user from your personal account
You can block a user to deny them access to your activity and repositories, and to prevent them from sending you notifications.
- About community management and moderation
- About community profiles for public repositories
- Accessing a project's community profile
- Adding a code of conduct to your project
- Setting guidelines for repository contributors
- Adding a license to a repository
- Adding support resources to your project
- Creating a default community health file
- Encouraging helpful contributions to your project with labels
- Managing disruptive comments
- Locking conversations
- Limiting interactions in your repository
- Limiting interactions for your user account
- Limiting interactions in your organization
- Tracking changes in a comment
- Managing how contributors report abuse in your organization's repository
- Managing reported content in your organization's repository