Join Aaron Stewart for an in-depth discussion in this video Public vs. Private, part of Learning GitHub.
- [Instructor] Our next step is talking about … the difference between public and private repositories. … So, what is the difference? … Well, currently we've only been working … on public repositories. … What that means is that anyone can go to your GitHub profile … and look at this repository. … Anyone can look at it, … can see the files and contents into it, … and depending on the settings that you have, … they may or may not be able to make contributions to it. … So, if that's public, … then private means that only you … and authorized collaborators who you have invited … can have access to that repository. … In fact, if you have it marked private … then no one even knows that repository exists … on your account. … The cool thing about GitHub is you can change these … really at any time. … You can do this by scrolling up to the page of your project. … On the right hand side you have the Settings tab. … You can go ahead and click on that tab … and scrolling all the way down to the bottom of the page, …
- What is GitHub?
- The GitHub workflow
- Using the command line
- Creating branches
- Making a commit
- Creating and merging pull requests
- Working locally with GitHub Desktop
- Creating a new project
- Moving the project to GitHub
- Working with teams on GitHub
- Creating task lists
- Formatting text
Skill Level Beginner
Git Essential Training: The Basicswith Kevin Skoglund2h 55m Beginner
Using lab.github.com2m 13s
1. The Basics of Working on GitHub
2. Working Locally with the Command Line
3. Working Locally with GitHub Desktop
4. Moving Your Project to GitHub
5. Working with Others on GitHub
Next steps1m 49s
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