Well, I'm a high school student so I'm not an actual programmer, just as a hobbie. But I like it and want to make my code free and open source (and I also want to start a project with a friend) so that's why I started using GitHub. But I don't use it very often, mostly becasue I have to study a lot, and I don't know how it works. So I don't know what these green ++ and red -- symbols besides the name of each contributor are. You can see them after you click on "Contributors". Are they like the likes and dislikes of YouTube? If so, wow, I got a couple of thousand and it kinda scares me to know that so many people have seen my code. Which is actually a good thing, cause that means that I will work hard to do it as good as I can so that people can enjoy and not hate my work. If not, what are these crosses and lines?
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So this is the folder tree: Fl4v1u5/Epikiklos Now I want to create another folder inside epikiklos which will be called v1.0, and then inside that folder I will upload files for either winx86 or winx64 and maybe if someday someone asks me to compile a version for other OS then I would put both windows versions inside another folder and create another folder for the other OS. I just don't know how to create the new path/folder/however it is called in GitHub. (Also note that this is the first time I use GitHub, and the first programme I publish). Thank you in advance! Edit: I "created" a new folder by creating a new file and editing it's path, but now I don't know how to upload my files to that folder Edit2: They are zip files, not editable files with code. OMG
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