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I am new to GitHub. In fact, I have just made an account only to send the author of this program a message informing about an small extension I have developed for his program.

But I can not find a way to contact the author, nor report it in the programming branch.

Could someone please explain the method?

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    There isn't a way. If the author has not supplied the information to contact him you cannot contact him. – Ramhound Apr 14 '14 at 13:54
  • @slhck, if this question is off-topic, maybe it should be posted at StackOverFlow? It didn't seem to me as a programming question, so I asked it at SuperUser. – Sopalajo de Arrierez Apr 14 '14 at 15:08
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First to answer your question: his user profile refers to a website which has his email address at the bottom.

Normally on Github to push additions/fixes to upstream:

  • Cool, @mtak. But my script is not a change in the original repository, but rather a program that executes its program and closes it automatically after a given time. So I think I will contact him via eMail, as long as we have finally found it. Thanks you. – Sopalajo de Arrierez Apr 14 '14 at 14:26
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Why not try opening an issue?

Despite the name, GitHub issues are used for more than just bug tracking. They're also a great way to reach out to the maintainer with questions or comments about their projects, or even to just say thanks.

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