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Migrations / Import source code / Command line /

Importing a Subversion repository

on GitHub.com. To avoid errors, do not initialize the new repository with README, license, or gitignore files. You can add these files after your project

GitHub Sponsors / Receiving sponsorships /

About GitHub Sponsors for open source contributors

rewards for a tier could include: Early access to new versions Logo or name in README Weekly newsletter updates Other rewards your sponsors would enjoy ✨ You

Contribute to GitHub Docs / Your working environment /

Creating a local environment

reviewing GitHub documentation. For more information, see the directory's README. Enabling different languages By default, the local server does not run

GitHub Pages / Get started /

Creating a GitHub Pages site

"About repositories." Select Initialize this repository with a README. Click Create repository. Creating your site Before you can create your

Codespaces / Troubleshooting /

Troubleshooting your connection to GitHub Codespaces

JupyterLab documentation. For more information about the python feature, see the README page in the devcontainers/features repository. For more information about

Building communities / Healthy contributions /

Creating a default community health file

default files cannot be private. Select Initialize this repository with a README. Click Create repository. In the repository, create one of the supported

GitHub Sponsors / Receiving sponsorships /

Managing your sponsorship tiers

rewards for a tier could include: Early access to new versions Logo or name in README Weekly newsletter updates Other rewards your sponsors would enjoy ✨ You

GitHub Packages / Managing GitHub packages with workflows /

Publishing and installing a package with GitHub Actions

"[Usage](https://github.com/docker/build-push-action#usage)" in the README of the `docker/build-push-action` repository. # It uses the `tags` and `labels`

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Adding a dev container configuration /

Setting up a Python project for GitHub Codespaces

details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/python { "name":

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Adding a dev container configuration /

Setting up a Node.js project for GitHub Codespaces

details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/javascript-node