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Only if you grant it the privilege to access private repos. This is always explicitly mentioned what privileges an integration needs.
As per my concern to follow people on git hub is to get advantage of their repositories and existing work done and to contribute in their repositories if I can able to. And yeah people follow almost all people they browse. And I don't see nothing wrong with I'm it.
Create a CNAME file with content: qiaoba.github.io May be it will work.
Some of those may have private repositories but still look as completely empty. But I'm sure most of them are really empty.
I don't think so, as the wiki states: A fork is a copy of a repository. So by definition, you cannot fork a branch.
On the website, it states: Please note that all the resources are gathered by users and public sources on the internet. It's rather ambiguous, but it might mean that only the users find the plugins.
On the wiki, it may be that collaborators are by default able to check of the boxes on issues/pull requests, since they can edit them.
Github says this is not possible; there's no way to have GitHub accept an email to update files in a repo. Any automation that you set up would involve a separate working copy of the Git repository. That's definitely possible but would have to be set up outside GitHub.
I asked GitHub this same question and was told it's not possible. They said they're aware that many customers have asked for this feature, so it's something their developers are looking into. This was their response as to how to fix: While it won't prevent the initial creation of a public repository, one option is to use the Repository Creation event ...
GitHub's built in search covers the and, not, and or operators, as well as various other comparisons. GitHub's general guidelines on searching are located here: https://help.github.com/articles/searching-github/ With its search syntax described here: https://help.github.com/articles/search-syntax/
I had this wild idea in head of pushing a fake commit to the project gh-pages branch and let it rebuilt itself and this magically worked! :)
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