Weekly Welcome 19 July, 2019
Hello GitHub Community Forum!
In this weekly post, we like to welcome new members to the GitHub Community Forum and make it easy to find out about some of the week’s hottest topics and important events.
Please make yourself at home and start exploring all the different areas of the Community Forum. We have some great resources to help you get started; you can find those listed in our Community Forum Resources. You can also find out about current and future events by checking out the information below.
And if you’re so inclined, don’t forget to say hello!* If you’re new here, reply to this topic and introduce yourself. You can share a little about who you are, what language you like to code in or learn more about, what you want to learn about using GitHub, and/or what you hope to get out of the Community Forum. We look forward to hearing from you.
This Week’s Happenings
Helpful and popular topics:
GitHub API Development and Support | v4: pagination for Issues + PullRequests for a specific repository
How to use Git and GitHub | How to un-delete old commits
How to use Git and GitHub | state of being up to date after accepting a pull-request and branches
GitHub API Development and Support | Getting historic workflows of GitHub Actions
GitHub API Development and Support | Find all comments by a user with graphql v4 api
GitHub API Development and Support | Pagination broke on different $first numbers
New to the GitHub Community Forum:
- GitHub Community Original Content | Git Together by Co-Authoring Commits
From the Github Blog
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Daniel has been an open source developer for over 25 years. He’s the founder and lead developer on cURL, one of the most widely used open source components in the world. He currently lives in Sweden with his wife and two kids. When he’s not writing code, Daniel likes to hang out with his family or play floorball.
*Note: If you want to say “hi” to your fellow Community members, we encourage you to do so! However, please say hello in a reply to this Topic, instead of opening a brand new Topic. We try to reserve Topics for specific questions, idea discussion, or information sharing. Moving forward, any “Hello”-type Topics will be locked, and the author will be redirected to the most recent Weekly Welcome to introduce themselves to the Community.