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Repositories / Manage repository settings /

Customizing your repository

your repository appears by customizing your repository. About READMEs You can add a README file to your repository to tell other people why your project

GitHub Actions / Creating actions /

Releasing and maintaining actions

to your action: Maintain a README with plenty of usage examples and guidance. For more information, see "About READMEs." Include a workflow status

REST API / Checks /

REST API endpoints for check runs

5-04T01:14:52Z","output":{"title":"Mighty Readme report","summary":"","text":""}}'

GitHub Issues / Projects / Learning about Projects /

Sharing project updates

updates can be found on your project's side panel, below the description and README. You can read the most recent update at the top and the full history of

GitHub Discussions /

Quickstart for GitHub Discussions

that are relevant to the repository. You can also update the repository's README to communicate expectations on when collaborators should open an issue or

GitHub Copilot / Use GitHub Copilot /

Using GitHub Copilot in the command line

the CLI extension repository. Further reading Copilot in the CLI extension README "Configuring GitHub Copilot in the CLI"

Building communities / Using wikis /

About wikis

project, such as how to use it, how you designed it, or its core principles. A README file quickly tells what your project can do, while you can use a wiki to

GitHub Education / GitHub Classroom / Integrate with an IDE /

Integrate GitHub Classroom with an IDE

necessary software. After a student accepts an assignment with an IDE, the README file in the student's assignment repository will contain a button to open

GitHub Desktop / Overview /

Creating your first repository using GitHub Desktop

repository. Initialize this repository with a README creates an initial commit with a file. READMEs helps people understand the purpose of your

GitHub Packages / Learn GitHub Packages /

Publishing a package

connected to more than one package. To prevent confusion, make sure the README and description clearly provide information about each package. If a new